Project management is a cross-disciplinary field that is vital for innovative activity in organisations and industries. It involves skills in planning, organising, motivating, and controlling resources to achieve specific goals.
The ability to successfully manage any project is a valuable skill to have no matter which industry you are in, or that you strive to work in.
The Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation and Innovation Centre's postgraduate degrees in Applied Project Management are suitable for those with current undergraduate qualifications in any discipline who wish to specialise or gain skills in project management.
“ $106,000 - The average minimum salary for Project Management jobs on SEEK in December 2013 ” seek.com.au
We understand that not everyone can commit to 18 months of full time study to complete a Master of Applied Project Management, so we also offer the Graduate Certificate (6 months full time) and the Graduate Diploma (12 months full time), to offer you the flexibility to fit your study around your work and family commitments.
|Graduate Certificate||6 months full-time||Undergraduate Degree or 7 years relevant work experience|
|Graduate Diploma||12 months full-time||Undergraduate Degree or the Graduate Certificate Applied Project Management|
|Master||24 months full-time||Undergraduate Degree or the Graduate Diploma Applied Project Management|
A Graduate Certificate in Applied Project Management is a great way to get a taste for project management; you will study 4 core courses to give you a strong foundation to either continue with further study or immediately apply those skills to your career.
If you continue on to the Graduate Diploma in Applied Project Management, you will study a further 3 core courses and one elective.