Project Management

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 Study postgraduate Project Management at UniSA.

Over the past two decades, the need for specialised management of projects has been recognised in many industries, including information technology, construction, engineering, defence, finance, assets and facilities, infrastructure, resources, biopharmaceuticals, the arts and community development. As a result, project management has emerged as a highly valued and recognised discipline in its own right, with increasing usage across public and private organisations. 

The University of South Australia now offers flexible postgraduate programs in Project Management, including a: 

Key features

  • Our Project Management degrees include comprehensive coverage of the Project Management Institute PMBOK® Guide and are endorsed by the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM). This industry recognised standard provides an approach to project management that can be applied across different industries, businesses and government institutions.
  • The teaching approach adopts a project lifecycle emphasis to improve student understanding of project management concepts and their relationship to project timelines.
  • Undertake an integrated research project based on a real issue within your workplace.
  • At the end of their course, graduates will be equipped with tools and techniques for the efficient and successful management of projects as well as skills and expertise in leadership, analysis, strategy, governance and ethics.
  • First postgraduate project management program offered in Australia (est 1976).   

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 Shan Bala - Master of Project Management

Career opportunities

This qualification can lead to a variety of project management careers in the following areas:

  • information technology
  • construction
  • engineering
  • planning
  • health
  • defence
  • finance
  • mining
  • resources
  • assets and facilities
  • infrastructure
  • biopharmaceuticals
  • the arts
  • government
  • community development

Related disciplines

  • Construction Management
  • Engineering