Project Managers are in Demand. Earn an MS in PM at St. Edward's University
There's a new graduate degree opportunity at St. Edward's University and its application is useful to every major industry. St. Edward's announces the addition of a Master of Science in Project Management to the selection of graduate programs.
"The Master of Science in Project Management will strengthen your managerial competence," said John Loucks, Professor of Management and Director of the Project Management Program in the School of Management and Business at St. Edward's. "The degree will equip you with the skills and tools you need to bring projects to a successful conclusion, on time and on budget."
Every major industry needs project managers including:
- Software development
- Nonprofit organizations
According to a recent salary survey by the Project Management Institute, the national mean salary for project managers is $90,000 -- even more if the employee has a certificate or master's degree in project management. In researching the Austin-area market demand for graduate degrees in project management, St. Edward's Office of Graduate and Adult Services found a strong corporate demand for project management degree opportunities.
A certificate in project management is offered at the St. Edward's Professional Education Center for those not interested in pursuing a master's degree. The certificate class is designed for today's busy professional and can be completed in only 14 weeks.
SEU Graduate Degrees
St. Edward's University offers undergraduate degrees in more than 50
areas, as well as eight graduate degrees:
- Master of Business Administration
- Master of Arts in Human Services
- Master of Liberal Arts
- Master of Science in Organizational Leadership and Ethics
- Master of Arts in Counseling
- Master of Science in Computer Information Systems
- Master of Arts in Teaching
- Master of Science in Project Management
To learn more about the MS in Project Management at St. Edward's or to schedule an appointment with an admission coordinator, call 512-428-1050.
For more information about the certificate program for project management at the Professional Education Center, visit www.pec.stedwards.edu/whatWeOffer_pm.asp or call 512-342-4117.
Online resources for statistics on project management: