Master of Science in Enterprise Project Management



Master of Science in Enterprise Project Management

Across industries, there has been a growing demand for graduates who possess project management, business and leadership skills to lead enterprise level projects and project teams in support of strategic business goals. The Master of Science in Enterprise Project Management (MS-EPM) is a 36-credit degree that goes beyond the traditional tools, tactics and PMI certification preparation taught in most project management programs.  The Stevens Enterprise Project Management masters program blends courses in strategic perspectives, project planning, project portfolio management and complex project leadership for an applied curriculum that teaches students to develop the strategic mindset to effectively lead enterprise-wide project implementation.

In addition, students will: • Gain insight and develop leadership skills in the areas of diverse cultural and behavioral project environments • Learn to analyze and evaluate the impact of project and program decisions on strategic business goals The overall Project Management program at Stevens prepares students to manage and lead enterprise-level projects. The program supplements the project management framework with education in advanced project management techniques and those very critical “soft skills.”



Core Courses:

MGT 609 Project Management Fundamentals MGT 615 Financial Decision-Making MGT 689 Organizational Behavior and Design

Suggested Electives:

MGT 641 Marketing Management MGT 699 Strategic Management MIS 710 Process Innovation and Management

Required Courses:

MGT 610 Strategic Perspectives in Project Management MGT 611 Project Analytics MGT 612 Human Side of Project Leadership MGT 613 Project Portfolio Management and the Project Management Office MGT 614 Advanced Project Management MGT 619 Leading across Projects and Programs


The four-course (12 credit) Project Management graduate certificate covers both theory and the practice of project management concepts, tools, metrics for project success, planning issues, risk management, human resources, organizational performance and managing complex programs. All courses that are completed as part of the Project Management Graduate Certificate can be applied to Howe School Master’s Degrees (including the MBA).

Graduates who earn an Enterprise Project Management Master’s Degree also earn 35 professional development units (PDUs) to apply towards a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. MGT 609 Project Management Fundamentals MGT 612 Human Side of Project Leadership MGT 610 Strategic Perspectives in Project Management MGT 61 1 Project Analytics STUDY OPTIONS Gain a rigorous, applicable education no matter how you choose to study. Courses are delivered: • On-campus, one-evening a week for 15 weeks • On-site at corporate sponsor locations • Online via our award-winning WebCampus ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS • A bachelors degree with a "B" average from an accredited school • Official college transcripts; (GRE/GMAT score & TOEFL needed for international students) • Two letters of recommendation

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Wesley J. Howe School of Technology Management Castle Point on Hudson Hoboken, NJ 07030

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