Project management study field deals with planning, organizing, staffing, directing, controlling and securing to achieve the goals within the company while taking into account pre-defined criteria (constraints), which can be time, budget, etc. Project management also contributes to processes optimization and proper resources allocation. The field uses various project management methods like PRINCE2, Critical Chain Project Management (CCPM), Event Chain Methodology, Process-Based Management, Agile Project Management, Lean Project Management, Extreme Project Management, etc. The field also considers Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), deals with techniques as PERT, CPM. Graduates can work in a business field as project managers, project analysts, group managers / coordinators, work at new product / services development departments or start their own business.
The Master’s in Management (MiM) is a 2-year programme designed for students with little or no prior experience in business or management, providing a route to transition into an outstanding management and leadership career.
The MSc Human Resources and Organisations is a challenging one year programme that provides a rigorous, interdisciplinary social science foundation with a strong business and management orientation. The programme offers students an international and comparative approach and provides broad choice among specialised topics through the vast array of required courses and optional electives.
The International MSc in Management is a highly selective program with a strong international scope that offers you a high quality graduate education in Business. This program offers a balanced perspective on business as well as a choice of majors in core management areas: Corporate Finance, Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Marketing, Strategy & Consulting.
The Cranfield MSc in Management is a full-time 13-month programme designed for graduates with little or no previous professional experience. The programme will equip you with the knowledge, skills and understanding you need to succeed in business, whether at the local or global level. It will give you the confidence to tackle complex business challenges and prepare you to take on demanding managerial roles in the future.
The Master in Project Management is designed to train managers who know how to lead, plan, organise and supervise complex and global projects, achieving set objectives in terms of results and efficiency.
The program is open to candidates with non-business undergraduate degrees. Those with an undergraduate business degree are not eligible. Students graduating from the University of Michigan who have a business minor are not eligible for the Master of Management program. Students who have a minor in business not earned at the University of Michigan will have their eligibility to apply considered on a case-by-case basis.
The MSc in Management with Specialization in Strategic Marketing provides advanced, in-depth training in core aspects of the marketing function.
The Master of Public Administration provides the knowledge and skill sets for students in management careers in government, community agencies, private not-for-profit organizations, planning and consulting firms and private sector companies that work in partnership with the public sector.
This MSc in Management aims to help students develop problem-solving skills, acquiring the competencies, the abilities and the attitude required to operate as managers in companies and consulting firms, or as entrepreneurs. It offers a learning path where an in-depth study of key corporate functions and processes prepares graduates to take on managerial roles.
The Master of Project Management (MPM) is a 30-credit graduate degree program that emphasizes all aspects of project management theory and practice. The MPM is interdisciplinary and utilizes problem-based learning as well as a combination of face-to-face and Web-based instructional methods to transcend time and space, and to support effective teaching and learning. The key themes of the MPM include: planning, cost, and value management; project control; human issues in project management; strategic issues in project management; and commercial and procurement law as it relates to project management.
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering has fifty full-time faculty members and twenty-two staff dedicated to the education of more than 400 undergraduate students and 360 graduate students. The education in the department prepares students for leadership in the profession of civil and environmental engineering. Career opportunities are very strong because of the many pressing needs to improve and expand the infrastructure and protect the environment. Approximately one-quarter of our undergraduates pursue graduate education, one of the highest proportions in the College of Engineering.