Project Management program is aimed at training specialists in managing the large complex projects, in project-oriented production, oil-gas and other high-tech industries.
Graduates will receive an academic degree of Master of Economics and Business with 1.0 and 1.5 years’ study or Master of Economic Sciences at 2 years’ study.
Undergraduates study project management theory and practice, building an organizational project management system and supporting project management techniques and tools. Certified project managers (PMP, IPMA holders) are involved in teaching.
Students of this program gain skills in determining project performance targets and criteria; determining project limitations, exceptions and assumptions; developing a schedule and organizational and role structure of the project; a system of personnel motivation, management and monitoring of project risks; creating the necessary environment for project implementation.
- In addition, the curriculum covers in detail the theoretical component of PMP program that will allow graduates to pass PMP exams independently;
- Flexible hybrid form of training that allows students to combine work and study and immediately implement the acquired knowledge;
- Teachers are experienced international and local practitioners and researchers with rich practical experience.
Master’s students undergo professional practice at the world's leading universities and can study at Brunel University (UK), Stockholm University of Technology (Sweden), Metropolitan University (Hungary) and other major educational and research centers for academic mobility programs.