The Master of Science in Enterprise Project Management (MS-EPM) is a 36-credit degree program that blends courses in strategic perspectives, project planning, project portfolio management, and cross-project leadership for an applied curriculum that teaches you to manage and serve as a leader at an enterprise level.
This curriculum is a strategic Project Management (PM) program that goes beyond the traditional tools, tactics, and PMI Certification preparation taught in most PM programs. The Stevens EPM program will prepare students to:
- Lead transformational, large-scale projects and project teams across units, enterprises and multiple organizations;
- Gain insight and skills pertaining to leadership, cultural and behavioral project environment
- Lead change and span boundaries across complex enterprise systems
- Bridge cultural and organizational gaps
This program offers a unique blend of small class sizes, intense collaboration, and global professional networking opportunities. Graduates will leave Stevens with better communications, interpersonal and team skills to plan, implement and manage complex enterprise level projects.
Project Management @ Stevens
The overall Project Management program at Stevens prepares students to manage and lead enterprise-level projects. The program supplements the basic project management framework with education in advanced project management techniques and leadership skills. Stevens Project Management program is a leader in graduate level PM education, features of our program include:
- Only PMI-accredited university in New Jersey, New York, or Connecticut
- The only Enterprise Project Management (EPM) Master’s curriculum of its kind in the U.S. concentrated on business, technical, and leadership skills
- In addition to EPM Masters program, we offer multiple options for students and professionals to define their future in the area of Project Management. Students can pursue a traditional four-course Graduate Certificate in Project Management or students can apply all courses taken as part of the PM Graduate Certificate towards a Masters in Management, Telecommunications Management, Information Systems Management or the MBA program.
Stevens Project Management Program Aligns to the Highest Standard
Stevens is a Registered Education Provider (REP) with the Project Management Institute (PMI). All project management courses provide 35 professional development units (PDUs) to apply towards a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification or certification maintenance.
- In addition, the Stevens Project Management program is accredited by PMI’s Global Accreditation Center (GAC).
- Stevens is the only university in New Jersey, New York, or Connecticut to be accredited by GAC.
- Accreditation by an independent authority proves that our curriculum and student services abide by the strict requirements established by PMI.
Flexible Options to take Courses on Campus, Online or Onsite
- Students in the New York area can take classes on our beautiful campus on the Hudson River in Hoboken. Campus is an easy walk from the Hoboken PATH train station or the NY Waterway ferry.
- Virtually all of the courses are available online through our innovative WebCampus delivery system. Note the online courses are exactly the same as the on campus courses.
- Stevens also offers courses onsite at many local businesses such as ITT, Verizon, and Citi.
For corporations that want to gain a competitive edge, Stevens can customize education plans to your needs. We can customize the time frame, location, and pace of every course. With our innovative WebCampus delivery system, we can teach your employees across the country and around the world just as easily as those in the New York City area.
About the Curriculum
The Master of Science in Enterprise Project Management (MS-EPM), a 36-credit degree program (12 courses) that blends courses in strategic perspectives, project planning, project portfolio management, and cross-project leadership for an applied curriculum that teaches you to manage and serve as a leader.
Your advisor can help you pick different courses based on your interests and career aspirations.
Project Management Graduate Certificate
The Project Management program includes both the theory and practice of project management. Concepts, project management tools, metrics for project success, planning issues, risk management, human resources, organizational performance, and managing complex programs are presented. Project Management courses taken for the Graduate Certificate may be applied towards any of the Masters degrees or the MBA degree. The following four courses are required in the following sequence to earn the Graduate Certificate in Project Management.
Students earn 35 professional development units (PDUs) for each completed course to apply towards a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification.
Project Management Concentration
Stevens offers multiple options for students to define their future in the area of Project Management. All courses taken as part a PM Graduate Certificate can be applied towards one of the Master’s Degree programs listed below:
- MBA in Technology Management with PM concentration
- Master of Science in Information Systems with PM concentration
- Master of Science in Telecommunications Management with PM concentration
- Ph.D. in Technology Management – Students who pursue a doctorate can focus their research and dissertation on project management
- Master of Science in Management with PM concentration
Current Stevens Students
Students from other schools at Stevens may take the Graduate Certificate in Project Management with approval of their Academic Advisor and the Project Management Program Office.
Undergraduates are required:
- to be in their Junior year;
- have a GPA of 3.0 or better;
- have approval of their Undergraduate Academic Advisor;
- work experience and access to an organization which has projects you can use in your Project Management class assignments;
- and have a Graduate Study Plan from the Project Management Program Office.