Companies succeed or fail based on their ability to bring quality products and services to market in a timely manner. Without skilled project managers in place, companies are challenged to deliver projects on time, on budget, and according to specifications. From inception to completion, project managers are responsible for every step in the process: project definition, cost and risk estimation, schedule planning and monitoring, budget management, negotiation and conflict resolution, project leadership, and project presentation and evaluation. A degree in Project Management is designed to provide you the practical skills and theoretical concepts you need to lead complex projects. Featuring real-world case studies, this project management degree presents techniques and tools for managing long- and short-term projects, successfully and cost effectively. Augmenting the core project management courses are specialization tracks that provide you with content-specific expertise—enabling you to deepen your knowledge in your field of interest.

Concentrations: Clinical Trial Design, Construction Management, Geographic Information Systems, Information Security Management, Leadership, Organizational Communication

Job Titles

Chief Technology Officer (CTO)*General Contractor
Concrete ForemanInformation Technology (IT) Director
Construction Area ManagerInformation Technology (IT) Project Manager*
Construction ForemanJob Superintendent
Construction ManagerManagement Information Systems (MIS) Director
Construction SuperintendentProject Manager*
Engineering ManagerProject Superintendent*

Positions that may require additional experience or licensing are indicated by an (*).


This is a limited sample of employers who have posted jobs on NUcareers; please note, that they may not currently have positions posted.
Cambridge Health AllianceHologic, Inc.
FinanceTransPerfect Translations


This is a sample of the industries that often hire this major.
Business ManagementManufacturing
ConstructionNon Profit

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  • Project Management Intern
  • Business Development Intern

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