Master of Science in Agile Project Management

Degree Plan Details

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The Master of Science in Agile Project Management (MS/APM) degree is ideal for individuals who want to enhance their ability to successfully manage complex traditional and agile projects.  Grounded in general management principles, MS/APM program is a study of project management that provides students with the capability to master advanced traditional and agile project management techniques.  The curriculum focuses on contemporary traditional and agile project management theories and practice.  Students acquire knowledge of the project management tools, techniques, and processes necessary to effectively initiate, plan, execute, control, and close organizational projects and succeed as agile project management practitioners.  MS/APM graduates are prepared to fulfill traditional project management, agile project management, and leadership roles in modern organizations.  

 

A graduate with a Master of Science in Agile Project Management degree will be able to:

  • Analyze and apply the project management processes of initiating, planning, executing, monitoring/controlling, and closing relevant to traditional and agile project management.
  • Write and/or orally communicate project management documents and information clearly and concisely.
  • Integrate and apply agile project management tools and techniques to projects within organizations.
  • Understand and examine knowledge of agile project management theory and its implications for project management practitioners.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of ethical issues and apply decision-making skills.
  • Conduct relevant research appropriate to traditional and agile project management.

The minimum requirements for a Master of Science in Project Management are:

  • 24 semester hours applicable to the degree must be completed at Amberton University.
  • 30 semester hours for a degree.
  • A minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.00 is required.

Degree Plan

Prequisities (BBA or the following course)
MGT4495 Project Management Foundations  3 hours
Required Graduate Studies  (6 hours)
RGS6035 Theory & Application of Research Methods 3 hours
RGS6036 Ethics for Decision Making 3 hours
Major Requirements (6000 level courses 18 hours)
MGT6145 Advanced Project Management Foundations 3 hours
MGT6151 Project Initiating & Planning 3 hours
MGT6505 Agile Project Management 3 hours
MGT6515 Agile Frameworks 3 hours
MGT6520 Agile Methods 3 hours
MGT6525 Advanced Agile Project Management 3 hours
Electives (6 hours)
Business Administration Electives 6 hours
  (5000/6000 courses with prefixes (BUS, ECO,FIN, MGT, or MKT)

Total Hours

30 hours