School of Engineering - University of Aberdeen

Project Management

School of Engineering - University of Aberdeen
In Aberdeen

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Typology Postgraduate
Location Aberdeen (Scotland)
Duration 3 Years
  • Postgraduate
  • Aberdeen (Scotland)
  • Duration:
    3 Years
Description

The degree is designed to engage across industry borders, teaching and exploring project management skills and issues equally applicable to our students who come themselves from a wide range of industry background.
Suitable for: People actively engaged in Project Management in industry.

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Aberdeen
Elphinstone Road, St. Mary'S Building, AB24 3UF, Aberdeen City, Scotland
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Starts On request
Location
Aberdeen
Elphinstone Road, St. Mary'S Building, AB24 3UF, Aberdeen City, Scotland
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To take into account

· Requirements

Relevant experience is a pre-requisite. In general, applicants are expected to hold a degree in an appropriate subject; however alternative qualifications, combined with an appropriate level of significant and relevant experience, may also be considered as a means for entry.

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Course programme

Syllabus

The flexible nature of the programme allows you to study towards one of three levels of qualifications:

Year 1 (Certificate Stage)

  • Project Management Essentials 1
  • Organisations and People
  • Project Planning and Control
  • Budgets & Financial Control

Year 2 (Diploma Stage)

  • Project Management Essentials 2
  • Commercial and Contractual Issues
  • Quality and Risk Management
  • Group Project

Year 3 (MSc Stage)

  • Portfolio Project Management
  • Managing Project Teams
  • Dissertation in Project Management

Each level acts as a pre-requisite for the next and takes one year to complete (i.e. Certificate = 1 year of study, Diploma = 2 years of study, MSc = 3 years of study). Students who reach the end of a year of study have the option of graduating with the qualification reached or continuing into the next year of study to enhance their qualification to the next level.

Assessment

The modules are assessed by a combination of coursework and written examination, with some modules being entirely assessed through coursework. On-campus submission is either by email or in person at teaching sessions. Each module has a timetable which details when the coursework is due and when the exam is scheduled to take place. Campus based students are able to take their examinations at the University.

Teaching

This programme is taught by industry professionals.

Dedication

Part-time.


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