The learning experiences offered in this degree are designed to foster excellence in project management practice and to support continuous improvement in your learning and professional practice.
This degree 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.
Ongoing assessment throughout the semester includes case studies, project reports, assignments, presentations, reflective journals and examinations.
Choose a specialisation
Choose between the following four streams, depending on the area you would like to specialise in. Classes for these streams are held at the City Campus.
- Project management generalist stream (MC210PM) builds your ability to manage projects and their design across multiple industries, explores research and team management, and allows for two elective topics to broaden your knowledge.
- Project management engineering stream (MC210EN) is designed to give you a high level of understanding and capability to design and manage projects, risks, and teams with a focus on the engineering industry. You can also choose one elective to expand your knowledge.
- Project management information technology (IT) stream (MC210IT) gives you the specialist knowledge to manage advanced projects and teams, working in agile, digital and strategic roles. You may also choose one elective to enhance your mastery of project management.
- Post disaster project management stream (MC210PDPM) will help you to master the complex fields humanitarian assistance, community development, international project management. You will also choose one elective to complement your studies.