Pam Charleston '19
The real-world expertise of Stevens faculty showed Pam how to apply her learning in leading innovation at Exelon.
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 the School of Business can be applied to Project Management Professional certification or certification maintenance. On average, project managers with PMP certification earn higher salaries and complete more projects on time than those without this designation.