Programs and courses

Project management specialization for grad students

Project management specialization

We help well-trained engineers become skilled project managers - ready to design and implement innovative project management solutions


Doctorate

Students are admitted to the project management specialization with an acceptable master's degree. They must complete a minimum of two half‐courses or a maximum of six half‐courses beyond an MSc. They must also complete a thesis that contributes original and significant knowledge in the discipline.

Master of Science

The MSc program specializing in project management requires students to complete four to eight half-courses. They must also complete a thesis that contributes knowledge to the project management discipline.

Master of Engineering (course-based)

Students in the course-based program specializing in project management are required to complete 10 to 12 half-courses.


Project management courses

ENGG 684 - Introduction to Project Management

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ENCI 689 - Advanced Project Management Practice & Principles

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ENCI 697 - Project Planning and Control

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ENGG 681 - Engineering Tools

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ENCI 693 - Project Engineering Management

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ENGG 683 - Innovation and Entrepreneurship

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ENCI 695 - Project Construction Management

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ENGG 682 - Sustainability

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ENCI 699 - Law for Project Managers

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Any 500- or 600-level engineering course

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