HU Project Management Program ranked among best

Harrisburg University of Science and Technology’s online Project Management Master’s Degree Program has been ranked among the best programs across the globe.

Harrisburg University’s program is ranked 20th, ahead of Penn State University, Georgetown University, Brandeis University and more, on “The 30 Best Online Masters Degrees in Project Management” list recently published by

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The 30 Best Online Masters Degrees in Project Management list was based on Academic Quality, Support Measures, and Return on Investment, according to

The website gave Harrisburg University’s program a Merit Rating of 92.4 percent. Here is what Online College Plan had to say about HU’s Online Master’s Degree in Project Management Program:

“We like this program for its reasonable tuition, nationally-known name, and PMI GAC accreditation (among other things!). This 36-credit hour program is meant to prepare students for real-world management as well as taking their PMP exam and do so with applied and rigorous coursework from experienced professionals. Some of the other elements we love about this program include the wide range of corporate faculty, most of whom hold PMP certifications themselves. A unique element found in the program is the Agile Lean specialization. While this is one of the most common management frameworks, few of the programs in this year’s ranking have a concentration specifically on the topic.”

To view the ranking, click Here. For more information about HU’s Online Master’s Degree Program in Project management, click Here.

About Harrisburg University

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