MSc in Project Management
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 in Project Management will train professionals to excel as future project leaders in a variety of industries.
Msc in Project Management is an international programme that aims to develop an understanding of project management with a broad perspective of both international and Norwegian management standards and procedures. The cultural diversity of the programme offers a unique opportunity to get an insight into different mindsets and problem-solving techniques, that prepares the students to work in an increasing globalized industry.
The programme comprises of general project management courses but also provides three different specialization possibilities. It aims at giving students a holistic theoretical foundation and analytical skills to effectively address project management challenges in the day to day operations of project based organizations. The students will gain a broad and integrated knowledge, combining engineering and management competences in a strategic, tactical and operational perspective.
Capacity and work
The programme can accommodate up to 30 students, and we aim to select a geographically diverse student body.
Candidates who would like to work in Norway after completed studies should observe that the degree conferred at the fulfilment of the program is equivalent to the Norwegian degree "Master i Teknologi/Sivilingeniør".
Students who are enrolled in five-year master programmes in Technology at NTNU may choose courses from this programme on a course-by-course basis. This will lead to a master's degree with major concentration in Project Management.
Why do we need project management?
According to PMI, a project is a unique and temporary endeavor undertaken to create a product, service or result. Project management is the application of knowledge, skills, tools and techniques in order to initiate, plan, execute and deliver a project according to the requirement of project’s stakeholders. A project manager is required to use a broad set of skills and expertise to resolve complex and interdependent problems, develop efficiency and effectiveness in the project organization, inspire the project team and develop a shared purpose.
Questions about recruitment:
Department of Industrial Economics
and Technology Management,
Faculty of Economics and Management,
Alfred Getz road 3,
Phone: +47 73 59 35 11
Fax: +47 73 59 10 45