Master of Management (Project Management)

Master of Management (Project Management)

Master degree
24 months
Application deadlines: No deadline
Processing time: 30 days
Application fee: A$80
Full-time, Distance & online learning
Intakes: March, July, November
International tuition: A$36,600
Domestic tuition: A$28,800

Program overview

You'll learn: Project planning Learn to create project management plans so you can deliver the results in an organised, effective and timely manner. Scoping Understand how to define the start, finish, size and objectives of a project to make the best possible use of time and resources. Resourcing Gain skills in allocating, scheduling and sourcing the necessary materials and skill sets to produce the best possible outcome for the project. Quality control Monitor progress and quality to ensure the project is delivered to the agreed standards.

Study options

Study options
This program can be done
On campus
Completely online



Academic entry requirement An Australian Bachelor's degree in any discipline or an approved equivalent qualification. Admission may be granted to applicants without an undergraduate degree but with five or more years of relevant work experience. In making an offered to an applicant, the University may give consideration to a range of factors including English proficiency, academic record and employment experience. English language requirement IELTS (Academic) score of 6.5 with no individual band score less than 6.0.

Career opportunities

Project managers can find work in a variety of different industries. Depending on your background, you might find employment as an: IT project manager Lead teams to deliver software solutions on time and in budget. Oversee quality and manage stakeholders, budgets, timelines and resources. Marketing project manager Implement marketing tools and campaigns. Provide insight and guidance in support of sales. Manage stakeholders, ensure branding is consistent, develop media plans and product strategies. Engineering project manager Maintain and improve safety. Contribute to gains in efficiency and quality. Manage stakeholders and report to higher management. Identify, forecast and mitigate risks to the project. Supply chain project manager Define the scope and requirements of the project. Create strategies to increase efficiency. Manage stakeholders and liaise with upper management. Manage multiple workflows across complex areas.

Campus location

Melbourne , Australia