Master of Business Administration – Project Management
You’ll be in demand – even before you graduate.
The national employment forecast indicates that there are currently more than 1.2 million vacancies for careers in project management, and the median salary in this field is $89,000. Thomas College has over 100 years of history in developing leaders with strong project management skills in business, and our graduates of the project management degree are so valued by employers that they come to our campus in Waterville Maine to meet our students.
Thomas College is a Registered Education Provider with the national Project Management Institute, Inc., and we’ll help to prepare you to take the Certification Exam and graduate with that impressive credential on your résumé. You’ll find many ways to develop your talents and stand out from the crowd when it’s time to find the job of your dreams.
The Project Management Institute (PMI)® and the Registered Education Provider logo are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.
- Innovation, Change, and Agile Projects
- Project Management
- Accounting for Management Decisions
- Economic Systems
- Operations Research Techniques
- Marketing Management
- Strategic Planning
- Complex and Advanced Projects
- Financial Management
You’ll develop the flexible skills that employers value.
According to a recent survey by The Economist, 90% of executives cite project management skills as essential to long-term career success in business. If you’re organized, resourceful, and collaborative, you may have what it takes to jump into the fast-paced world of project management.
You can take…
- Learn how to develop a meaningful plan for success based on an understanding of complex business plans, the environment, ethics, politics and more in Strategic Planning
- Develop management and collaborative working skills in Teams: Authority, Influence, and Projects
- Pursue your professional interests and develop focused skills in a Project Management Specialization course
You’ll graduate with the ability to…
- Identify and apply theories and processes related to project selection and initiation
- Apply relevant project planning principles to real-world project management situations, and manage project execution and control, including risk mitigation and integration with stakeholders
- Apply project management principals to the project close, including project management office integration
- Demonstrate ethics and professional responsibility as related to project management
- Communicate and negotiate with internal and external resources
- Lead and manage complex and global projects to successful completion