Project Management is the application of knowledge, skills, tools and techniques with the objective of meeting the expectations of a project, achieving the benefit of increasing the efficiency of processes, people, companies and countries, in a world of accelerated changes. The graduate of the Master in Project Management will have the skills to design, evaluate and apply the knowledge and tools according to the PMI in the development of projects; It will also show a critical and reflective attitude towards their management.
Our MBA in Project Management integrates concepts related to the design, evaluation, measurement, maintenance and adaptation of projects from the beginning to the end. In addition, students will develop skills for decision making, strategic planning, human resources management and project risk management.Curriculum ContentCore CoursesADMI 500 Organizational Management
ITMA 501 Technology and Information Management
MARK 502 Marketing Management
FINA 505 * Management Finance *
ACCO 504 * Accounting for Decision Making *
ECON 505 Business EconomicsSpecialty CoursesPRMG 600 Operations Management
PRMG 601 Scope and Time Management
PRMG 602 Cost and Budget Management
PRMG 603 Project Quality Management
PRMG 604 Human Resources and Risk ManagementElective Courses (Select one)PRMG 606 Hiring Management
PRMG 607 Effective Communication Management
PRMG 608 Use of Technology in Project ManagementResearch Courses (Select one)PRMG 605 Integration Management: Applied Methodology Internship
MGMT 655 Integration Seminar* ACCO 500 Financial Accounting : This course is recommended for those students who do not have a business administration training. Although, this course is worth 3 credit hours; does not count in the total sum of credits for the degree (42 credits). If the student rejects the recommendation, they must sign a disclaimer form.
Headway / UnsplashSequential CurriculumFirst yearFirst semesterADMI 500
ACCO 504 *
MARK 502Second semesterFINE 505 *
PRMG 601Second yearFirst semesterPRMG 602
ELECTIVESecond semesterPRMG 605 or MGMT 655General Admission RequirementsHave completed a baccalaureate (undergraduate / undergraduate).
Have a general average of 2.75 (GPA) or more in their high school studies (undergraduate / undergraduate).
3. Some academic programs may have specific admission requirements. See the program section in the catalog for more information.Required documentsComplete the application for admission
Submit an official transcript (official certification of grades) from the accredited university where you obtained the baccalaureate or bachelor's degree.
Submit a copy of a valid color identification, on both sides, issued by the state, with a photo and evidence the address where the applicant resides. This identification can be:Driver's license
Citizenship card or citizenship certification (ID)