Earning an MBA can set you apart when it comes to the hiring process. But an online MBA in Project Management takes you even further by preparing you for the Project Management Professional credential, which can open up even more opportunities for you.
When you earn your online master’s in project management at Maryville University, you’ll have the opportunity to go in-depth and build skills like:
Process and operations management
Supply chain management
Enterprise planning and control
Study 100% online
Apply with no entrance exams
Choose from multiple start dates
Utilize eligible transfer credits
Why choose Maryville for your online MBA in Project Management degree?
At Maryville, we are 100% focused on your success. That doesn’t just mean world-class professors and top-level education. We also offer a user-friendly learning platform for our online MBA in Project Management degree that works around your schedule. Plus, we offer dedicated 24/7 technical assistance to provide support whenever you need it.
But that’s just the beginning. Maryville University has also been recognized as one of the best in the country. Take a look at just a few of the accolades we’ve received.
Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission — HLC
Ranked among “America’s Top Colleges” — Forbes, 2017
Ranked among the best values in private colleges
— Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, 2018
Accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)
A few of our business partners include:
What does our online MBA in Project Management degree curriculum cover?
Pursuing your online MBA with a concentration in Project Management means you’ll have the opportunity to reinforce your business knowledge with core courses while you develop your project management specialization. Below, you’ll find a bit about the courses you can take.
This course examines the roles and skills of the project manager and project teams through the phases of the project life cycle, including project initiation and planning, project organizational structure, teamwork and leadership, resource planning and scheduling, control, and project termination
Case studies of real organizations focus on the issues associated with new product, re-engineering, and technology implementation projects, and behavioral aspects including culture, conflict, risk, and change management.
Process and Operations Management
This course examines how to integrate operations effectively across all functional areas of the organization.
What careers can you pursue with your online MBA in Project Management degree?
Where can an online master’s in project management take you? Your options are quite varied and cover a wide range of industries. In fact, according to the Project Management Institute, there’s an expected need for employers to fill more than 200,000 new project-oriented roles each year through 2027.
Just take a look at some of the roles and median salaries associated with an MBA in Project Management.
Manager Median Salary: $71,450*
Median Salary: $103,980*
Median Salary: $120,863*
Median Salary: $70,010**
Median Salary: $94,020**
*PayScale.com **U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Note that the salaries listed above represent the median reported across a variety of fields. Project managers are in demand in almost any industry, and in some sectors, your results may vary depending on where your career takes you. For example, the median salary for senior project managers in IT or engineering top $111,000, according to PayScale.com.
Learn from well-respected faculty.
Our online master’s in project management faculty can help you get all you can from your degree and beyond. You’ll have the opportunity to work with well-respected leaders in the industry — people who’ve been active in real-world business environments. Their experience and passion to help you succeed are a huge part of what makes our program so highly regarded.
Want to learn more about our faculty? Check out our business faculty page.
We’ve designed our online MBA with a concentration in Project Management to work around our students’ schedules. We want to ensure that any student who makes the brave decision to pursue his or her degree is met with an open, accessible program. That’s why we have no GMAT or GRE requirement, no application fee, and no business experience requirement. All you need is:
A four-year bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution
Official academic transcripts
A completed online application — no fee required
Personal letter explaining qualifications for graduate work
International applicants only: Official Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL with a score of 563 within two years of application
Our flexible start dates make it even more convenient for you by offering multiple admission points so you can start at a time that’s right for you. Choose from starting points at the beginning or in the middle of the spring, summer, or fall term.
Credits to completion
The online MBA with a concentration in Project Management comprises 39 credits. In completing this program, you’ll have the opportunity to explore business in-depth with:
24 credit hours of core business courses
12 credit hours of your project management concentration
3 credit hours of capstone
The best part is, you can earn your online MBA in Project Management in as few as 14 months.
Cost per credit hour
At Maryville University, we’re committed to providing top-quality graduate education at an affordable price. Tuition for our MBA with a concentration in Project Management is $714 per credit hour, or about $27,846 in total. For those who qualify, scholarships, financial aid, and other tuition assistance may be available.