The MSc in Project Management comprises seven taught modules and an applied project management research project.
In the first term you build up your knowledge of the fundamental principles of the discipline; in the second and third terms you are increasingly exposed to the contexts and realities of practical project management, through interaction with professional project managers and through action-based projects.
Assessment for the individual modules varies according to the nature of the material covered. For further details, follow the links below to the individual module descriptions.
Term 1: October to December
Fundamentals and foundations
Induction Week sets the scene for the programme as a whole. Through groupwork exercises and other activities you get to know your fellow students, meet the teaching staff and learn more about the School and its facilities.
Term 2: January to March
Context and realities
Term 3: April to September
Theory into practice
Spanning the first two terms these modules provide robust underpinning for critical engagement with the subject matter and the application of learning in practice.