Master in Project Management (Regular/Weekend) is designed to provide individuals with cutting edge insights of project management to manage complex projects. Through this one year degree program, students can gain actionable knowledge for real-world challenges which goes beyond traditional project management fundamentals. The classes are offered on weekdays (Monday to Friday) as well as on Weekends (Friday to Sunday). It comprises of 30 credit hours spread over two semesters. Minimum ten courses are required to graduate. The maximum time to complete the degree is 4 years.
PM5102 Fundamentals of Project Management
PM5104 Cost and Financial Management for Project Management
PM5105 Project Scope
PM 5310 SAP Training*
PM 5201 Project Scheduling, Planning and Time Management
*May alternatively be exchanged with “IT Tools for Project Management” or “Enterprise Project Management”.
PM5301 Project Quality Management
PM5351 Project Risk Management
PM 5xxx Elective-I
PM 5xxx Elective-II
PM 5151 Enterprise Resource Planning
PM 5251 Procurement and Contract Management
PM 5253 Project Human Resource Management
PM 5257 Simulation for Project Management
PM 5352 Project Stakeholders Management
PM 5354 Leadership, Team and Communication for Project Management
PM 5152 Innovation and Technology Management
PM 5252 Project Change Management
PM 5255 Project Change and Risk Management
PM 5303 Project Monitoring, Evaluation and Control Management
PM 5353 Research Methods for Project Managers
PM 5355 Project Communication, Reporting and Presentation
PM 5259 Construction Project Management
PM 5155 Project Program Portfolio Management
PM 5258 Governance, Monitoring and Evaluation of Development Projects.
PM 5156 Business Analysis for Project Managers
All courses may not be offered every semester. Alternative courses may be substituted as and when required.
MPM (Regular/Weekend) students may switch to MSPM program before third week of first semester or after first semester, with relevant courses transferred and subject to meeting MSPM admission requirements. This option cannot be exercised in and after second semester.