Project Management - Sligo

The role of the Project Manager is in high demand as both public and private clients are pursuing the agenda of obtaining value for money and successful project delivery by seeking Project Managers with a formal qualification in Project Management.

Who should apply?
This programme has been designed to provide the knowledge, skills and expertise in mechanical and electrical quantity surveying to qualified practitioners in quantity surveying and in the ‘services’ disciplines who wish to expand their knowledge-base and create work possibilities in this specialised area.

Study Hours
3 hours of live lectures per week. This programme involves three (5-credit) modules per semester which leads to an average of 15-18 study hours per week.

Subjects taught

Project Planning
Project Implementation
Project Management Simulation

Entry requirements

Candidates will be expected to hold a minimum second class honours degree Level 8 qualification in a relevant discipline or equivalent. As this programme caters for all professions, any Level 8 qualification will be considered.


1 year part-time, online.

On-Campus Attendance
No attendance required

Post Course Info

Career Opportunities
This programme provide advanced applied skills and postgraduate learning for civil engineers who are currently working or wish to pursue a career in the road services sector. Graduates can build on successive completion of this programme by progressing to Year 2 of the Postgraduate Diploma (2 year programme) and /or MEng in Road and Transport Engineering L9 (3 year programme) and achieving a major QQI postgraduate qualification on NFQ.

Further Study
Upon successful completion of this programme, graduates can apply to transfer into Year 2 of the Postgraduate Diploma or Masters of Engineering in Road and Transport Engineering Level 9 on-line programmes at ATU Sligo.

More details
  • Qualifications

    Special Purpose Certificate (Level 9 NFQ)

  • Attendance type

    Part time

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