About the Program

The Technical Project Management (TPM) program is a series of four graduate courses specifically developed to comprehensibly broaden the knowledge, skills, and abilities of working professionals. Taught in a graduate college setting, the PMI® Guidebook to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®), serves as a textbook and primary template for competency development. The TPM program is designed to be the career and professional development that junior and mid-level professionals need in advancing their careers. Required Core Courses PMGT 650 Overview of Technical Project Management PMGT 651 Technical Project Planning and Scheduling PMGT 652 Applications of Quality Management PMGT 653 Technical Project Support and Operations

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Program Learning Outcomes: Skills and Knowledge

All students are required to complete a capstone project that spans the four TPM courses. Other degree programs may require students to complete subject-specific capstone projects in order to transfer TPM courses for credit within these programs. Some or all of the courses in TPM may be used as elective courses in other graduate degree programs, including the Master of Science in Project Management, Master of Science in Computer Science and the Master of Business Administration. Please see your advisor for eligibility.

Modalities of Instruction

  • Online, Asynchronous (On Demand)
  • Hybrid
  • Face-to-Face 

Aspirational Career Sector

  • 31-33. Manufacturing
  • 42. Wholesale Trade;44-45. Retail Trade
  • 48-49. Transportation & Warehousing
  • 54. Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services (Legal, CPA & Taxes, Architect & Landscape, Engineering, Design Services, Computer Systems, Administrative Professional Consulting, Scientific R&D, PR Marketing & Advertising, Photography, Translation & Interpretation Services, Veterinary Services)
  • 55. Management of Companies & Enterprises
  • 56. Administrative and Support and Waste Management and Remediation Services
  • 62. Health Care & Social Assistance