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Project Management is that field which deals with all organisational aspects of a project. It examines the use of specific processes and concepts in the implementation, planning, execution, and management of projects within an organisation. Project Management, put simply, is the application of knowledge, experience, information, techniques, and processes to accomplish project objectives.

This program assists in the growth of abilities to set goals and carry them out in a professional environment. Students pursuing a degree in Project Management learn how to coordinate and execute business activities using tools and techniques to manage risks, respond to changes, and improve an organisation's effectiveness.

Students not only gain knowledge of the subject, but they also learn transferable skills such as leadership, communication, teamwork, problem-solving, effective decision-making, strategic thinking, risk management, and cost management. Degrees in Project Management combine concepts of Marketing, Business Management, and Economics.

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Study Levels

Project Management degrees are rare; Bachelor's Degrees in Project Management are only available at a few colleges and universities. A Masters Degree and certification are more common in this field. Most Project Managers start with simple Bachelor's Degree then moves on to a specialised certificate or graduate-level degree.

The study levels include:

Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Project Management
Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Decision Making Support
Bachelor of Business Administration (Project Management)
Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS)
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Management
Master of Arts (MA) in Management
Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Project Management
Master of Business Administration (Project Management)
Master of Management (MM)
Postgraduate Diploma / Certificate (PGDip / PGCert) in Project Management
Project Management Institute (PMI) Certification: A PMI qualification can show a student's field expertise and can be achieved in two variations:
o Project Management Professional (PMP) certification and
o Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) certification.

Specialisations

Specialisations allow students to use their expertise and experience to not only speed up workflow but also to improve work quality and create a better work atmosphere.

Throwing Caps

Students can choose to specialize in areas like:

Applied Project Management
Architectural Project Management
Construction Project Management
Data Analytics and Project Management
Digital Project Management
Engineering Project Management
Human Resources Project Management
IT Project Management

Logistics and Supply Chain Project Management
Organizational Management
Project Planning and Management
Real Estate Development
Strategic Project Management
Sports Management
Transportation Management

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Employability

Project Managers are needed in a wide variety of industries. Once students graduate as certified Project Manager, there are plenty of promising career opportunities available to them in IT companies, oil, and gas, finance and insurance, manufacturing, construction, and utility services. Reputable companies like CISCO, AECOM, Microsoft, Google, Accenture, Ericsson, and Amazon may also recruit graduates of Project Management.

Depending upon the organizational structure, type, scope of the project, and its strategic alignment, there are many roles for ensuring a project's success.

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    The job roles include:

    Assistant Project Manager
    Project Analyst
    Project Designer
    Project Controller
    Coordinator
    Technical Project Manager
    Product Owner
    Program Analyst

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    Production Coordinator
    Program Assistant
    Associate Project Manager
    Business Project Manager
    Construction Project Manager
    Software Project Manager
    Senior Project Manager
    Project Coordinator
    Product Manager
    Information Technology (IT) Project Manager