Master of Science - Enterprise Project Management

Master of Science - Enterprise Project Management

The Master of Science in Enterprise Project Management (EPM) is a 36-credit degree that goes beyond the traditional tools, tactics and PMI certification preparation taught in most project management programs. The program blends courses in strategic perspectives, project planning, project portfolio management and cross-project leadership for an applied curriculum that teaches students to develop the strategic mindset to effectively lead enterprise-wide project implementation across units and borders.  

The Stevens Enterprise Project Management Master's Program prepares students and organizations for the future of project management by focusing on the leadership and business skills needed to manage transformational, large-scale projects across complex organizations.   In addition, students will also:

  • Gain insight and develop leadership skills in the areas of  diverse cultural and behavioral project environments

  • Learn to analyze and evaluate the impact of project and program decisions on strategic business goals

Stevens is the only PMI-accredited University and Registered Education Provider (REP) in New Jersey, New York or Connecticut. 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 projects across enterprise systems.

Degree Requirements

MGT 609  Project Management Fundamentals

MGT 610  Strategic Perspectives in Project Management

MGT 611  Project Analytics

MGT 612  Human Side of Project Leadership

MGT 613  Project Portfolio Management and the Project Management Office

MGT 614  Advanced Project Management

MGT 615  Financial Decision-Making

MGT 619  Leading across Projects and Programs

MGT 641  Marketing Management

MGT 689  Organizational Behavior and Design

MGT 699  Strategic Management 

MIS 710  Process Innovation and Management

Graduates who earn an Enterprise Project Management Masters also earn 35 professional development units (PDUs) to apply towards a Project Management or Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification or certification maintenance.

Admissions requirements:
  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university
  • GPA of 3.0 or above and minimum two years work experience
  • Two letters of recommendation from managers or professors that know your capability

(International students are required to take the GRE or GMAT exam and have minimum ETS score as defined by Stevens Graduate Admissions)

Four-Course Certificate in Project Management

The four-course (12 credit) Project Management graduate certificate, covers both the theory and practice of project management concepts, tools, metrics for project success, planning issues, risk management, human resources, organizational performance and managing complex programs as presented. All courses taken as part of the Project Management Graduate Certificate can be applied to School of Business master’s degree programs (including the MBA degree).

Graduates who earn an Enterprise Project Management Masters also earn 35 professional development units(PDUs) to apply towards a Project Management or Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification.

MGT  609  Introduction to Project Management (Waived for PMP® certified students)

MGT  610  Strategic Perspectives in Project Management

MGT  611  Project Analytics

MGT  612  The Human Side of Project Leadership

Current Undergraduate 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 must:

  • 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;
  • Have a Graduate Study Plan from the Project Management Program Office.

Current Graduate Stevens Students

Consult your faculty advisor and study plan for course requirements and electives.

*“PMI” and “PMP” are registered marks of Project Management Institute, Inc.

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