Master of Applied Project Management - Contract Management (IMAM)

University of South Australia

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Postgraduate
CRICOS: 00121B

The Master of Applied Project Management (Contract Management) is an ideal choice for professionals looking to move into a contract or project management role, or for those looking to build a career in contract management, contract administration or project management. It has been designed to align strongly with the current needs of industry with study centralised around real-world projects and examples. Students graduate with the skills and knowledge to apply both project and contract management methodology to specific professional fields of expertise; work in interdisciplinary project teams; and assume the role of project or contract manager from inception to commissioning. The degree uses A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBoK Guide) and other international standards as a framework.

Structure

54 units.

Subjects

  • Project Management
  • Contract Management

Standard entry requirements

  • Completed Bachelor degree from a recognised higher education institution
  • OR completed Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma in Project Management from a recognised higher education institution. International students who speak English as a foreign language must have obtained the required standards prior to admission.

Study pathways

Students who decide to exit this degree having completed the first eight courses, will receive the Graduate Diploma in Project Management (Contract Management).

Study information

CampusFeesEntryMid year intakeAttendance
City East International: $52,200 No

Further information

This program endorsed by the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM).

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