Project Management Degree Overview
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 valued by employers. You will be invited to participate in on campus and virtual networking events to advance your career.
Resources may be available through the Harold Alfond ® Institution for Business Innovation to help prepare you to take the PMP Exam and graduate with that impressive credential on your resume. You will find many ways to develop your talents and stand out from the crowd when it is time to find the job of your dreams.
“I really enjoyed that this program was offered all online. It allowed me the freedom to continue to work and travel. The program was convenient, and it is truthfully set up to make sure anyone can succeed no matter what else is going on in their lives. I didn’t have to stop living parts of my life to complete my master’s degree and that was super important to me.”Pilar Elias MBA-PM ’21, Project Management Professional
At a Glance
- 36 credit hours
- Career-focused curriculum
- Leadership development
- 100% online
- Innovation, Change, and Agile Projects
- Project Management
- Accounting for Management Decisions
- Economic Systems
- Complex and Advanced Projects
Where are program alumni employed?
- Central Maine Power Company
- The Jackson Laboratory
- Bath Iron Works