MBA Project Management
Gain specialized project management knowledge in our PMI® GAC-accredited program, 100% online.
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Our Master of Business Administration with a Specialization in Project Management, accredited by the Project Management Institute’s Global Accreditation Center (PMI® GAC), provides you with hands-on experience in planning and managing projects in the modern business environment. This program, offered 100% online, combines academic principles and practical application to establish a foundation you can use throughout your professional career.
What You'll Learn
In our MBA in Project Management, you will gain insights into real business situations by actively engaging in case study analysis, as well as leadership and teamwork. In addition to core business fundamentals, you’ll gain specialized knowledge in PM areas such as scope, time, cost and quality management. You will also learn how to determine which tools or techniques are appropriate during different phases of the project management lifecycle.
The MBA in Project Management curriculum provides specialized courses with the following benefits:
- Pre-approved for contact hours that may be applied toward the project management educational eligibility requirement to sit for a PMI® credential examination (such as the PMP®).
- Pre-approved for professional development units (PDUs) that may be used by current PMI® credential holders to meet continuing education requirements.
Florida Institute of Technology’s MBA programs are housed in the Nathan M. Bisk College of Business, which is accredited by the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE). The MBA in Project Management also is accredited by the Project Management Institute’s Global Accreditation Center (PMI® GAC), confirming the program meets a comprehensive international standard and demonstrates alliance with the world’s largest project management association.
Project management is a crucial component of the 21st century business environment. Having an MBA with a Specialization in Project Management can open up career opportunities such as environmental project manager, senior program manager, quality assurance manager, and project management consultant.
Time to Complete
Weeks per class
Years to Complete
A few words from Business Students
“As a practicing project manager with many years of experience, having an MBA with a concentration in Project Management should allow me to move into a program management role where I can manage a team of project managers and engage more in the overall planning process” “Much of the curriculum at Florida Tech in the MBA program was review and reinforcement from my prior courses and my work experience as a practicing project manager. Surprisingly, the most valuable knowledge came from the Marketing Management course. I thoroughly enjoyed the concepts covered and found that they not only applied to marketing goods and services, but also to the marketing of ideas and concepts outside of the work place.”
MBA Project Management