PROGRAM SEQUENCE

Core Courses – 18 Credits:

 MGMT 520
 Professional Communication
 (3 credits)
 MGMT 560
 Organizational Leadership
 (3 credits)
 PMGT 510
 Principles of Project Management
 (3 credits)
 PMGT 530
 Procurement, Contracts & Risk Management
 (3 credits)
 PMGT 540
 Planning and Executing Projects
 (3 credits)
 PMGT 570
 Agile Project Management with Scrum
 (3 credits)

 

Experiential Courses (Capstone) – 6 Credits:

 GRAD 695
 Research Methodology and Writing
 (3 credits)
 GRAD 699
 Graduate Thesis
 (3 credits)
 or
 PMGT 699
 Applied Project in PMGT
 (3 credits)

 

Concentration (Electives) – 12 Credits:

Agile Concentration
Starting with the Agile Project Management with Scrum core course (a required core course for those majors in Project Management), the concentration then expands to include applying Scrum to projects, conducting new product development with Agile Lean, leading Agile Lean transformations in organizations and then concluding with a capstone research thesis in Agile Lean.

 

RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE – TWO YEAR/EXECUTIVE FORMAT ONLY

FIRST YEAR

 Student’s 1st Semester
 Student’s 2nd Semester
 Student’s 3rd Semester
PMGT 510
and
MGMT 520
PMGT 540
and
MGMT 560
PMGT 530
and
PMGT 570

SECOND YEAR

 Student’s 4th Semester
 Student’s 5th Semester
 Student’s 6th Semester
Choose Two Electives:
PMGT 572, 574, 580,
ITPM 515 or other Program
Electives (see below)
GRAD 695
and
Elective
GRAD 699 or PMGT 699
and
Elective
Bold = required core courses

 

Electives can be chosen from Graduate Courses in:

Project Management

  • PMGT 572 – Agile Scrum Applied Projects
  • PMGT 574 – Agile Lean Product Development
  • PMGT 576 – Agile Lean Transformational Leadership
  • PMGT 580 – Project Management Offices
  • ITPM 515 – Business and Requirements Analysis Fundamentals

You also have the flexibility to choose electives from other graduate curriculum – popular courses are:

Information Systems Engineering and Management

  • MGMT 510 – Business Strategy and Management Principles
  • MGMT 531 – Business Entrepreneurship Principles
  • MGMT 513 – Accounting Principles and Applications
  • ISEM 500 – Strategic Information Systems Planning, Engineering & Management of Enterprises
  • ISEM 501 – Information and Communication Technologies

Analytics

  • ANLY 500 – Analytics I: Principles and Applications

Learning Technologies

  • LTMS525 – Learning Theories & Instructional Strategies

Complete course listings, program information, requirements, and student expectations can be found in Harrisburg University’s Course Catalog.