“Ninety percent of the institution’s faculty hold terminal degrees, making this college a smart choice for a master’s degree in project management,” wrote Matthew Lynch, editor of the Edvocate.
How rankings were determined
The Edvocate compiled a list of the best schools for project management based on factors such as:
- Cost of attendance.
- Financial aid.
- Student-teacher ratio.
- Student life.
Lynch also highlighted MSU’s program for being versatile to fit students’ needs.
“Learners may pursue on-campus or online learning opportunities to get expertise in the competitive international market.”
About the program
Missouri State’s Master of Science in Project Management is a 30-hour program that provides students with a well-rounded STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education.
Not only does the program supply students with a variety of professors from many different disciplines, but it also offers flexibility for students; it can be completed 100% online.
Undergraduate students who maintain a GPA of 3.0 and above can apply for the accelerated master’s program in project management. This allows them to graduate with an undergraduate degree and master’s degree in less than five years.
This Master of Science in Project Management program is accredited by the Project Management Institute’s Global Accreditation Center.