George Washington University School of Business

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The Master of Science in Project Management (MSPM) program at the George Washington University School of Business (GWSB) blends the study of advanced project management techniques with general management principles.

The innovative, ethics-infused curriculum balances real-world practice and academic theory, to develop the skills managers need to integrate complex projects, motivate people, and achieve cost-effective results.

Whether you’re managing a $10,000 project or a billion-dollar program, it means coordinating, communicating, scheduling, and maintaining focus. You need to have the unique ability to do both: get into the nuts and bolts as well as step back to take a macro view.

The 36 credit hour specialized degree program is offered in the evenings at our Washington, DC campus making it convenient for working professionals in the DC metro area. And for close to 20 years, we have been bringing the MSPM program to students through our online option. This means you can pursue the degree from virtually any location in the country or around the world.

Contact our office or attend an information session to learn more about the MSPM program, meet the faculty, and connect with students and alumni. There is only one direction for your next step: forward.

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What’s the GW Difference?

Founded in 1996, the MSPM program at GWSB is one of the oldest project management-specific master’s degree programs in the world.

An MSPM from GWSB offers students unparalleled benefits such as:

  • World-class faculty with industry experience and deep expertise in international methodologies, decision sciences, advanced project management applications, and management.

  • A challenging industry-independent curriculum that goes beyond the PMBOK with rigorous projects that provides exposure to all aspects of project management.

  • A flexible program structure that allows students to pursue their degree on a full-time or part-time basis, and take courses on campus in person or online.

  • Access to all the resources of GWSB, including its strong reputation in government and industry, large alumni network, and active career center.

  • Courses that immerse you in teamwork and team dynamics, developing the skills to tackle complex projects and synthesize diverse perspectives.

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Master of Science in Project Management, The George Washington University School of Business
2201 G St, NW Funger Hall, Ste 415
Washington, District Of Columbia 20052
United States