Master of Science (MSc) in Project Management (2 years)
Demand for professionals trained in project management is increasing in the private as well as the public sector. Large or small, any project can benefit from effective project management processes and techniques. NTNU's Master of Science in Engineering degree programme in project management trains engineering professionals to excel as future project leaders in a variety of industries.
The MSc in Project Management requires applicants to have at least a Bachelor of Engineering degree, preferably in civil, mechanical or industrial engineering. A strong fluency in English is also required as all lectures will be held in English and all course materials will be provided in English.
Job prospects MSPROMAN
There has been no lack of job offers for our graduates, and most of them are now working within industry as trainees, in project teams, or in staff positions related to the development of systems for project selection, evaluation and/or management. Others are working as consultants, and some have continued into PhD programmes.
Programme components MSPROMAN
The MSc in Project Management is a two-year programme of study. In the first year, the students have six compulsory courses that count for a total of 45 ECTS, and two engineering courses (15 ECTS). In the third semester, the students have one elective engineering course (7.5 ECTS), an engineering specialization project (15 ECTS), and one mandatory specialization track course (7.5 ECTS). The fourth semester is devoted in its entirety to writing the individual master's thesis (30 ECTS).
Student guidance MSPROMAN
- Programcode: MSPROMAN
- Study programme: Project Management (Master's Programme)
- Degree type: Master of Science in Engineering
- Credits: 120
- Unit: Department of Industrial Economics and Technology Management
- Location: Gløshaugen, Trondheim
Krysspublisert! IKKE rør!Application deadlines
1 December 2019
1 March 2020
15 April 2020
The application portal is open for students within the nordics only. The intake for 2021 will begin in October for non-eu students.