MS (Project Management)

The use of project management is growing both in public sector and in the private sector organizations worldwide. Project management is undertaken in a variety of industries, for example, software development, disaster management, introducing a new product or service, launching of an advertising campaign, or bidding for a major customer contract. Consultancy sometimes also takes the project form. Given the nature of the corporate world these days, students undertaking this course can be expected to be involved in projects during some part of their careers. In this course, the students will enhance their skills to use the tools and techniques of project management. During the course, students will be familiar with the important stakeholders; organisations, the customers, end-users, contractors, suppliers, and the wider community; who’s need they must understand to become effective project managers.

 

List of the courses to be taught in MS in Project Management are given below in the following tables:

Table – 1: First Semester Courses

S.#

Course Code

Title of the Course

Credit Hours

Marks

01.

PRJ511

Essentials of Project Management (EPM)

3-0

100

02.

TIM631

Managing Innovation (MI)

3-0

100

03.

QRS521

Advanced Research Methods (ARM)

3-0

100

04.

PRJ512

Program and Portfolio Management (PPM)

3-0

100

 

 

Total

12

400

 

Table – 2: Second Semester Courses

S.#

Course Code

Title of the Course

Credit Hours

Marks

01.

PRJ521

Project Management  Software (PMS)

3-0

100

02.

PRJ522

Project Risk Management (PRM)

3-0

100

03.

PRJ523

Project Cost  and Finance Management (PCFM)

3-0

100

04.

PRJ524

Project Planning, and Implementation (PPI)

3-0

100

 

 

Total

12

400

 

Table – 3: Third Semester Courses

S.#

Course Code

Title of the Course

Credit Hours

Marks

01.

PRJ631

Procurement and Contract Management (PCM)

3-0

100

02.

PRJ632

Project Monitoring and Evaluation (PME)

3-0

100

03.

 

THESIS

6-0

-

 

 

Total

12

200