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Refine Your Project Leadership and Management Skills

No matter what the situation calls for, organizations need natural-born leaders, organizers and problem solvers. Using creativity and whatever resources are available, leaders find solutions to difficult problems, while inspiring others around them to follow a shared vision and achieve common goals. If this sounds like you, the Regis M.S. in Project Leadership and Management can help you refine your organizational acumen and advance your career, no matter what field you're in.

A graduate degree in project leadership and management will sharpen your existing skills and help you apply them in the business world. Whether mapping out strategies, building timelines, identifying methodologies or keeping to tight deadlines, you’ll gain a set of practical skills that are invaluable to employers across diverse sectors. In the coming years, there will be no shortage of project management jobs — in fact, the Project Management Institute (PMI) estimates employers will need 87.7 million individuals working in project management-oriented roles by 2027.

As you build your project management expertise, you’ll stand out in your own organization and gain the attention of employers who seek to optimize their processes and streamline production. Courses are held primarily online in flexible 8-week terms, designed for the busy adult learner. On-campus courses are available only for students in a cohort of 10 students or more.

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Program Snapshot

Program Format
8-week terms
*On-campus courses available with cohort of 10+ students

Time Commitment
12 - 24 months

Key Dates
Starts are offered in January, March, May, July, August and October

Join Regis Alumni Working As:

Project Manager

Manage team workloads, assignments, project plans budgets and timelines in order to effectively execute strategic business projects.

Team Leader

Supervise teams of all sizes across business units to encourage productivity and performance and serve as a point person for the department as a whole.

Process Managers

Process Managers report to department managers about their analysis and provide advice about how performance and business processes could be improved.

Maribeth Castillo

"Advancing your education enables you to grow in your career."

Maribeth Castillo, '16

M.S. Organizational Leadership
M.S. Project Leadership and Management

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By the Numbers

Globally accredited programs by PMI (including Regis)*
22 million
New project management roles globally by 2027**
Average project manager salary in the U.S.***

*Project Management Institute (PMI), pmi.org/global-accreditation-center
**Project Management Institute (PMI), pmi.org/learning/careers/job-growth
***Indeed, indeed.com/career/project-manager/salaries

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Recognized for Excellence

pmi803-gac-seal-3-rgb.svgThe MS-PLM degree is accredited by the PMI Global Accreditation Center for Project Management Education Programs (GAC). Our program is focused on, and aligned with, the Project Management Institute’s Talent Triangle of Technical Skills, Strategic Management and Leadership. GAC is the world's leading specialized accrediting body for project management and related degree programs. GAC is committed to fostering excellence and continuous improvement in academic degree programs related to the field of project management.

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PM 6510: Delivering Organization Excellence

Lead change using the Baldrige Award criteria to explore process improvement opportunities.

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PM 6570: Leading Projects in Contemporary Organizations

Explore project management from a strategic perspective, focusing on the development of leadership skills and managing teams.

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PM 6580: Management of Project Performance

Examine project risks, costs and schedule management to ensure projects are completed on budget and on schedule.

To apply to the M.S. in Project Leadership and Management program, you will need:

  • Completed online application
  • Official degree-bearing transcript(s) from a regionally accredited college or university
  • Resume

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Tuition for the 2023-2024 academic year: $976 per credit hour
For information on program-specific fees, visit regis.edu/cost. Tuition and fees are subject to change.

Total program credits: 30

Earning your Master of Science in Project Leadership and Management from Regis sets you apart and expands your professional network — think of it as an investment in your future. Between scholarship opportunities and financial aid packages, advancing your education is within reach. Explore our Investing in Your Future graduate financing guide or sign up for one of our upcoming graduate financial aid information sessions.

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The Master of Science in Project Leadership and Management is offered by the Graduate Business Department in the Anderson College of Business and Computing.