Career Paths

Professionals with a Master of Science in Project and Program Management from Brandeis University will find that their project management expertise is needed in a number of industries, from software and manufacturing to construction and finance.

Job titles of project/program management professionals vary across organizations and reflect a number of career options, including:

  • Project manager
  • Project leader
  • Senior business analyst
  • Implementation manager
  • Technical director
  • Senior project team member
  • Program manager
  • Portfolio manager

To be successful in today’s competitive interdisciplinary and increasingly distributed and virtual environments, project and program managers must possess shared concepts and skills and a common language with which to communicate. The Master of Science in Project and Program Management equips students with the skills to analyze, organize, and manage projects and programs to successful completion, within budget, time, and with the expected scope and quality.

“This class has probably been the most useful class I have taken during my academic career, and I’ve already been able to utilize knowledge gained from it in my work activities.” — Rick Felter, Software Engineering

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