Enterprise Project Management

Enterprise Project Management

As businesses search for ways to do more with less, project managers must bring ever-greater efficiency to increasingly complex portfolios.

The 30-credit Stevens master's degree in Enterprise Project Management emphasizes a strategic perspective that’s crucial to modern project management. This is a program for the technical professional eager to advance in the organization by directing people, budgets and projects toward completion. Curricular themes in strategic perspectives, project planning and cross-project leadership ensure graduates can direct complex, enterprise-level initiatives. Classes include significant analytical components that will challenge you to think quantitatively about challenges in management.

This program is accredited by the Project Management Institute, the leading organization in project management. Classes taken through Stevens can be applied to Project Management Professional certification or certification maintenance. 

Capstone experience

No graduate business education is complete without an opportunity to apply what you've learned on a project of consequence. At Stevens, that takes many forms — a consulting assignment with an industry partner, a research project that addresses an industry need, even the chance to nurture your own entrepreneurial venture — and is customized for you, your education and your career aspirations.

Curriculum Overview

Professionals with strong technical skills play an invaluable role in the organization, but a lack of project management skills often means they’re passed over for promotions and struggle to distinguish themselves to upper management. The interdisciplinary master’s program in Enterprise Project Management will give you the skills and confidence you need to direct projects, budgets and timelines across the business.

Core Curriculum


The master’s degree includes a choice of three highly specialized concentrations that allow you to explore an in-demand area in greater depth. Each concentration consists of four three-credit courses.

Admission requirements

The mission of the 30-credit master's program in Enterprise Project Management is to help you become a project manager capable of effectively leading people, projects and processes to accomplish complex tasks, drive change and make smarter decisions for the organization. The program's flexibility is designed to allow you to explore an area of professional interest to you, such as finance, software engineering or construction management, giving you a blend of leadership and business skills combined with a deep dive into a technical specialty.

Application deadlines

Full-time students can complete the program in Enterprise Project Management in one year. Full-time applications to this program are accepted in three distinct cycles. To be considered for admission, all materials must be submitted by the deadline.

Application cycle

Application deadline

Application decision

Acceptance deadline


Oct. 15

Dec. 1

Jan. 15


Jan. 15

March 1

Included in admission offer


April 15

May 1

June 1

This program can also be completed on a part-time basis. All part-time applications to this program are accepted on a rolling basis. 

Admission Criteria

To be considered for the Enterprise Project Management master's program, your application must include the following.