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Master of Engineering Project Management

  • Masters (Coursework)

New Zealand is recognised as a global leader in innovative project management approaches, delivering world-class projects across all engineering disciplines.

Key details

Degree Type
Masters (Coursework)
Study Mode
In person
Intake Months
Jul, Mar
Domestic Fees
$10,534 per year

About this course

New Zealand is recognised as a global leader in innovative project management approaches, delivering world-class projects across all engineering disciplines. Develop your skills and credentials as a professional project manager, able to lead and direct multi-disciplinary engineering projects. This programme provides students with the in-depth knowledge and skills needed to succeed in project management in a variety of industries. Focusing on two key project management practices, Waterfall and Agile, this programme enables students to work towards industry-recognised professional certification. Students will gain sound fundamentals in project management concepts and application, whilst completing a spectrum of elective courses that broaden acquisition of knowledge and skills within the engineering project management specialisation. A project towards the end of your programme enables you to apply your theoretical skills to real-world industry projects, and consolidates your learning.

Study locations

City

Course structure

This programme is offered in two forms, to suit the existing qualifications and experience of candidates.

  • 120 points for candidates with a four-year bachelors (honours) degree
  • 180 points for candidates with a three-year bachelors degree

You will complete four 15-point core courses, and either two 15-point electives for the 120-point programme or six 15-point electives for the 180-point programme. You can view what selections are available in the Courses tab above right.

For both programmes you will also complete a 30-point project, which will consolidate your learning and allow you to apply your skills in a real-world setting.