About this course
Projects play a vital role in many organisations' change initiatives; organisations introduce change through projects. Through this course, you can gain significant analytical, interpersonal and practical competencies in project management through studying project planning and control, decision making and project leadership, project supply chain management, risk management, stakeholder management, managing complex projects, innovation project management and managing quality.
The programme offers the opportunity to access the most recent research related to project management and includes internationally relevant and applicable theory, drawing on a range of UK and international case studies and research.
Our expert lecturers will use an integrative approach to help develop your analytical skills and ability to address complex management and business problems and to implement appropriate solutions. You’ll explore international perspectives on project management, to ensure your knowledge has relevance in today's global economy.
We place a particular focus on your professional and personal development to support your strategic career planning and leadership capabilities. You will be encouraged to reflect on your own career and study plans.
By the time you graduate, you should be able to demonstrate an advanced knowledge and understanding of how projects are planned, executed and managed in a variety of contexts and industries.
Why study with us?
- Learn directly applicable skills for the workplace in project planning, execution and delivery.
- Understand the key principles of managing projects across different organisational structures.
- Draw upon a wide range of knowledge from experienced lecturers that have worked at a high level in relevant organisational roles.