On successful completion of the Master of Engineering Project Management a graduate should have:
- Developed professional skills across the full scope of project management, from “conception to completion” and enable a leadership role in the project delivery function
- Acquired skills in the initiation of projects, methods and techniques to control time cost and quality, resource management and long term stewardship of assets
Engineering Project Management is designed to meet the needs of engineers in disciplines requiring an advanced understanding of the theoretical and practical principles of the project management function.
You will learn the key competencies required to manage a project from start to finish, including skills in risk management, communication and how to work with a client. This includes understanding the whole process of project procurement, project team leadership skills, establishment of staff employment conditions and development of appropriate mechanisms and styles for project management. The program has been designed in conjunction with industry practitioners and is taught by staff and guest lecturers with extensive experience in industry, offering a unique opportunity to learn from experts in the field.
You will be equipped to tackle leadership roles in project delivery function, across the full scope of a project, from conception to completion. Project Management is a highly-paid career choice and you will find employment opportunities in companies such as SKM, KPMG, Grocon, Arup, Worley Parsons, the World Bank and Asia Bank.