Project Management - Aungier Street
What is... Project Management?
The course is suited to high-potential applicants from all industry sectors who wish to develop their capabilities in the field of project management. The course is open to experienced project managers who will normally have a minimum of five years professional work experience in project management or a related discipline.
Employers' preference is to recruit project managers with academic qualifications and industry certification. The TU Dublin MSc Project Management is unique in addressing this challenge. The modules are closely aligned to internationally recognised certifications including CAPM®, PMP®, Microsoft Project PRINCE2® and Agile Project Management. It consists of four taught semesters and an individual consultancy project which is normally undertaken in each participant's own company.
This course is delivered at our city centre campus in central Dublin. It is designed to allow busy professionals to combine work and study through its block delivery format normally over two days per month.
• Project Planning Systems
• Strategic Project Management
• Agile Project Management
• Team Building & Leadership
• PMBOK Framework
• Project Analytics
• Corporate Governance & Law
• Speaker Series & Case Studies 2
• PRINCE 2
• Delivering Complex Projects
• Project Finance 3
• Individual Consultancy Project
Minimum Entry Requirements?
Honours degree (level 8 award on the NQF) or equivalent from a recognized awarding body or an equivalent professional qualification at grade 2.2 or above.
Applicants require a minimum of five years relevant business experience.
This course is suitable for people working in project management in a variety of different environments and from a variety of backgrounds. Applicants who do not meet the minimal entry requirements may be considered for entry by the Exceptional Entry sub-committee.
A minimum of 6.5 on IELTS for those whom English is not their first language.
Non EU applicants must have documentary proof of Irish residency or an Irish work permit to be eligible to apply. It is the responsibility of the candidate to maintain such eligibility across the life cycle of the programme.
Note: Due to the considerable competition for our postgraduate courses satisfying the minimum entry requirements is not a guarantee of a place. Depending on the course of study applications will be assessed on their academic grades and work/life experience may also be considered. Applicants may also be required to attend for interview for specific courses.
Applications will open on 1st July 2021
Mode of Study: Part Time
Method of Delivery: Classroom
Lectures normally take place two full days per month – Friday & Saturday from September to May.
The course comprises four taught semesters and an individual consultancy project in semester four.
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What are my career opportunities?
Project management represents one of the fastest-growing professions in the world with significant opportunities for rapid career advancement. Change, risk and uncertainty are now an everyday reality in public and private sector organisations. As organisations attempt to do more with less there is an ever increasing importance on project management capability as a competitive advantage and the vehicle to deliver corporate strategy.
Project Management graduates are in demand across all industry sectors including:
• Finance and insurance
• Information Technology