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Masters in Project Management (MPM)

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Purpose of the MPM
The purpose of the Masters in Project Management (MPM) is to provide relevant, highlevel project management education for the practicing engineer and scientist pursuing a career in project management in primarily technology-based enterprises. While the programme teaches the fundamentals of project management in its simplest form, of more importance is learning to integrate projects with a company’s strategic intent. Another strong focus of MPM is on the people, financial and cost management side of projects. Many companies are focusing on core business and outsourcing other processes. The programme also covers the key elements of procurement, Legal aspects of project management, specifically labour law and contract law are addressed.

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