The learning experiences offered in this program are designed to foster excellence in project management practice and to support continual improvement in your learning and professional practice.
The program integrates face-to-face learning environments and e-resources. You will engage in a range of learning activities including individual and small group work, case study discussions and analyses, face-to face and online discussions, peer-to-peer presentations, and work simulated scenarios, including industry and research led projects.
RMIT offers a variety of learning and teaching approaches including lectures, seminars, studios, workshops, presentations, group discussions and syndicate work.
You will have access to online resources through the myRMIT student portal.
Ongoing assessment throughout the semester includes case studies, project reports, assignments, presentations, reflective journals and examinations.
Choose a specialisation
You can choose from four streams, depending on what you would like to specialise in. All classes for these streams are held at the City Campus.
- Project management generalist stream (GD194) is designed to give you the tools, techniques and theories relevant to managing projects in a range of industries, including property and construction.
- Project management engineering stream (GC194EN) will give you practical and theoretical skills and knowledge to successfully manage engineering-based projects and workplaces.
- Project management information technology (IT) stream (GD194IT) will equip you with the tools you need to manage projects and people in agile projects, and in flexible workplaces and teams.
- Post disaster project management stream (GD194PDPM) is designed to give you the specialty tools and techniques to manage disaster relief and humanitarian efforts, as well as community development.