The Master of Science in Project Management equips you with the technical, professional, and strategic expertise to manage projects from inception to completion across global markets. The Master of Science in Project Management prepares you to drive innovation in your organization by giving you the skills and tools to effectively lead volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous projects from inception to completion in global markets. Accredited by the Project Management Institute’s Global Accreditation Center for Project Management Education Programs (GAC), our curriculum has a two-pronged approach that provides the foundational knowledge of scientific-based project management tools, organizational strategies, and theoretical concepts, coupled with the opportunity to deepen subject matter expertise through targeted concentration work and innovative project management concepts. Concentrations: Agile Project Management, Analytics, Construction Management, Leadership, Leading and Managing Technical Projects, Organizational Communication, Project Business Analysis.

Job Titles

Assistant Project ManagerProfessional Service Associate Project Manager
Client Project ManagerProject Management/Construction/Real Estate Development
Communications Project ManagerProject Management-Business Analyst
Digital Marketing Project ManagerProject Manager-ClienTech
Information Technology (IT) Project Manager*Renewable Energy Project Manager
Lead Project ManagerStrategic Engagement Project Manager
Manager, Program and Project ManagementTechnical Project Manager

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


This is a limited sample of employers who have posted jobs on NUworks; please note, that they may not currently have positions posted.
Bain & CompanyDiPierro Construction, Inc.
Verizon Communications, Inc.Partners Healthcare


This is a sample of the industries that often hire this major.
Business ManagementGovernment
Consumer GoodsNon-Profit

Internships and Co-ops

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  • Project Management Intern
  • Digital Marketing Project Manager Co-op
  • Technical Project Management Co-op
  • Research Project Manager Co-op

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