Develop your career in project management with a qualification that's in demand across diverse industries.
RMIT’s Master of Project Management will equip you with in-demand management and leadership skills that are essential to companies across all industries.
This program is designed for professionals currently working or looking to work in the field of project management. It is particularly relevant for professionals looking to take the next step in their career.
This program emphasizes the practical application of theory to develop your capacity to respond to current and emerging issues and trends. You will critically engage with project management theory and best practice principles and evaluate and implement project management strategies using real-world project-based examples.
What you will gain through this program.
In today’s working environment the skills of the project manager have never been more in demand.
A master degree in project management will help you develop skills that are highly sought after globally in a wide variety of sectors, such as construction, architecture, engineering, information technology, government and events management. You will learn how to run complex projects with a range of stakeholders, managing all phases on time and to budget, and contribute to an increase in business effectiveness.
Why study a Master of Project Management at RMIT?
Our expert teachers, passionate researchers, connections to industry and strong practical focus means RMIT postgraduates are among the most employable in Australia.
RMIT’s strong emphasis on leadership and management including project scoping, scheduling, procurement, entrepreneurship, client relationships and more, you will be well placed to meet and exceed the emerging expectations of employers and industry.
This degree is approved for Centrelink support. A Graduate Diploma exit point is also available.
The best thing about studying project management at RMIT is that you study alongside students from various industries and age groups. I’ve built a network of friends and classmates with years of experience in the built environment, and they’ve given me
a real insight into the industry to go along with the theoretical work we do at uni.
-Elicy Lay, Master of Project Management
How you will learn
The learning experiences offered in this program are designed to foster excellence in project management practice and to support continuous improvement in your learning and professional practice.
The program integrates face to face learning environments and e-resources. You will engage in a range of learning activities including individual and small group work, case study discussions and analyses, face to face and online discussions, peer to peer presentations, and work simulated scenarios, including industry and research led projects.
RMIT offers a variety of learning and teaching approaches including lectures, seminars, studios, workshops, presentations, group discussions and syndicate work.
You will have access to online resources through the myRMIT student portal.
Ongoing assessment throughout the semester includes case studies, project reports, assignments, presentations, reflective journals and examinations.
This program is committed to providing work-integrated learning (WIL) such as learning tasks that will expose you to the workplace.
WIL is an integral component in many assessments that call for problem-based learning and critical reflection on practice.
RMIT University is committed to providing you with an education that strongly links formal learning with professional or vocational practice.
RMIT’s Global Experience Office (GEO) supports students to undertake exchange or short-term mobility activities with over 165 partner universities worldwide.
*If you have successfully completed undergraduate studies in the discipline of project management you may be eligible for up to 48 credit points exemption from the University for up to 4 courses in the program’s first year.
Most courses are held in the evenings, with some intensive weekend workshops or summer break classes.