With today's smaller budgets and tighter deadlines, IT project managers who can deliver the desired results, on time and on budget, are a valuable business resource, especially those with the advanced skills needed to oversee multiple projects spanning a range of geographic locations. This online project management master's specialization is mapped to "A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge" (PMBOK) from the Project Management Institute (PMI) and includes Capella’s award-winning course in Project Management for Technology Professionals. Because Capella is a Registered Education Provider of the Project Management Institute (PMI), you can earn your master's in project management from Capella and professional development units (PDUs) from PMI at the same time. People who choose this specialization are often pursuing management, director-level, or consulting positions overseeing and managing technology projects and teams.
Project Management Scholarship Opportunity
Capella University is pleased to offer 10 $10,000 scholarships to new or current students enrolled in a Capella degree program with a project-management related specialization.
78% of our learners receive aid.
- Technical Communications - 4 credits
- Enterprise System and Application Development - 4 credits
- Overview of Enterprise Applications - 4 credits
- Project Management for Technology Professionals - 4 credits
- System Development Theory and Practice - 4 credits
- Quality Assurance - 4 credits
- Business Foundations- 4 credits
Choose five from the following courses AND the Integrative Project course
- Systems Analysis and Design* - 4 credits
- Enterprise System Security - 4 credits
- Advanced Project Management - 4 credits
- Project Risk Management - 4 credits
- Leadership and Human Resource Management - 4 credits
- Procurement Management - 4 credits
- Project Integration Management - 4 credits
- Ethical and Legal Considerations in Information Technology - 4 credits
- Special Topics in Technology* - 4 credits
Integrative Project Course (taken during the learner's final quarter)
- Integrative Project - 4 credits