The Project Management Advantage

Time. Cost. Convenience.

The KU Master’s in Project Management recognizes the strong analytical skills, problem-solving abilities and context both Project Managers and experienced professionals bring to the program. As a result, students can earn their degree after completing as few as 33 credit hours. Fewer hours means lower cost. In addition, the program is designed for students working full-time. Courses are offered in the evening at the KU Edwards Campus in Overland Park. With instructor permission, online access of live and/or recorded classes may be available for those that are away on business travel.

KU's interdisciplinary approach means that students will earn skills from a variety of areas such as engineering, communications, and business. It is a valuable, well-rounded education.


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