Manage technological risk
A Master of Advanced Engineering (Project Management) is ideal for experienced practicing engineers who want project management qualifications to further their career.
Through the eight unit degree, which can be studied part-time, you will gain the specific knowledge and experience to manage small and large-scale engineering projects. You will also learn how to manage the constraints of time, cost and scope of projects, and stakeholder management. Key engineering management skills in the management of technological risk and asset management will be developed.
Available to study through distance education, the Master of Advanced Engineering is only available part-time (1.5 - 2 year duration) enabling you to travel or work while studying, and allowing you to adapt your study to your life. You may also be able to graduate sooner with a Postgraduate Certificate in Engineering.
Graduates of the Master of Advanced Engineering (Project Management) have the skills and knowledge to become specialist engineering project managers within their chosen professional field.
The Master of Advanced Engineering is not accredited by any professional bodies other than the University of Southern Queensland.