Master of Science in Technology Project Management
Many opportunities await the Technology Project Management graduate. Students who graduate with a Master of Science in Technology Project Management are prepared to fill vital management and supervisory roles in a wide range of industries. Career options will vary depending on the chosen area of emphasis.
Employment Rate and Salary Range
Results of a survey of College of alumni in 2017 suggest a majority (73%) of Project Management students were employed or had a job offer pending at graduation. In addition, graduates reported starting salaries of $60,000-$175,000 with an average salary of $84,500.
Students in the program have reported that they have been able to apply the skills they learn across wide variety of occupations including: Project Manager, Team Lead, Analyst, Process Engineer, Quality Manager, Information Services Manager, Logistics Manager, Finance Manager, Senior Sourcing Specialist, Engagement Manager, Operations Management and Business Development Manager.
These occupations are spread across several industries such as banking/finance, manufacturing and production, merchandising and retail, K-16 education, engineering, architecture, hospital and health services, government, military, telecommunications, non-profits, legal services, public utilities, information technology consulting, energy, construction, and software development.