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School of Management and Leadership

Master of Project Management

The Project Management Institute (PMI), the authority behind the well-known title A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide), highlights a growing disparity between the demand for skilled project management professionals and the available workforce. 

Total Terms

4 Terms

School Category:
Total Students

Students 60+



FUSE’s Master of Project Management (MPM) steps in as an 18-month, fully online program explicitly crafted to bridge this skills gap. Welcoming graduates from any discipline and dedicated to working professionals currently managing projects, programs, and portfolios, our program ensures that upon graduation, students are well-equipped to seamlessly integrate into the project management profession. The coursework mirrors the intensity of managing real projects, refining your perspective through three industry-specific tracks: General, Construction Management, or Information Technology. Explore the possibilities with FUSE’s MPM. Your project management success story begins here. 

Objective 1: Students will have the technical expertise to initiate, plan, execute, monitor and control, and close projects.  

Intended Outcome: Upon graduation, students will be able to apply the foundational and core skills of the project management profession in a real-world context. This proficiency will be demonstrated through the successful completion of a capstone project management report.

Objective 2: Students will be sufficiently trained to lead projects.  

Intended Outcome: Through our courses, graduates will meet the minimum educational and PM experience requirement to sit for the prestigious PMI Project Management Professional (PMP) certification exam. 

Students must be formally accepted into the MPM program and meet all graduation criteria outlined in this Catalog. Matriculated students must successfully complete the total of 34 credit hours listed above and maintain a 3.0 grade point average to graduate. If the student falls below a 3.0 grade point average, the student will be required to retake the most recent courses and to pay additional tuition. Under such circumstances, the most recent grades achieved are counted toward the cumulative GPA. Students may repeat each course only once. Students who have not been able to raise their grade point average to at least a 3.0 after re-taking a course will be dismissed from the program. Graduation is not automatic upon completion of requirements. All students are required to complete and submit an Application to Graduate to the President, along with the requisite fees.

What Will You Learn?

For successful completion of the program, academic coursework and a capstone report. The courses can be broken down into three foundational, four core, and three track-specific concentration/specialization courses determined by one of the three tracks a student can take: General, Construction Management, and Information Technology. The capstone report is intended to depict the dynamic terrain of managing real-world projects and is completed progressively both to utilize and reinforce the content mastered throughout the program. 


 Meet the minimum educational and PM experience requirement to sit for the prestigious PMI Project Management Professional (PMP) certification exam.

 Rigorous coursework that simulates the complexity, dynamics, and global setting of organizations equipping graduates with knowledge, tools, and skills for managing projects.

 Program participants apply the foundational and core skills of the project management profession in a real-world context.

 Meet the minimum educational and PM experience requirement to sit for the prestigious PMI Project Management Professional (PMP) certification exam. 

 Progressive completion of a capstone report applying the content mastered.

 The curriculum has been designed by “pracademics,” individuals having both academic and professional experience.



Graduates will have the training necessary to obtain the experience required by PMI and the knowledge base necessary to then sit for the Project Management Professional (PMP) credential awarded by the Project Management Institute (PMI). This is an industry-accepted credential recognized globally.* Currently, over 500,000 certified project management professionals in 175 countries are managing complex projects. PMI requires individuals to attain a certain level of project management experience before being permitted to take the PMP exam.  

* Business credentials are trademarks of their respective organizations. The specific requirements and fees associated with these designations are available through the issuing organizations. FUSE cannot guarantee passage of any of these exams and individual students should prepare independently before attempting the assessments. 




Capstone Report



School of Management and Leadership

MPM Foundation Courses

PM- 501 Foundations of Project Management: (3 credits)

PM -503 Financial and Managerial Accounting: (3 credits)

PM – 505 Project Communication and Leadership: (3 credits)

PM –680 Capstone Project Topic and Outline: (4 credits)

TOTAL Credit Hours 8

In this semester, graduate students will embark on a comprehensive journey in project management through four courses. PM-501 introduces the foundational elements, covering process groups, knowledge areas, and the project life cycle. PM-503 focuses on the integration of financial, technical, and managerial duties, exploring principles of accounting and financial management for project managers. PM-505 addresses project communication and leadership, emphasizing key concepts and techniques for optimizing communication in diverse circumstances. The final course, PM-680, serves as a capstone project, requiring students to integrate knowledge areas into a master project management plan, guided by an advisor from start to finish.

In this semester, graduate students will take three key project management courses. PMG-690 explores the organizational structures of public and nonprofit entities, highlighting their unique risks and stakeholder involvement. PMG-692 focuses on interpersonal and emotional intelligence skills for effective team collaboration, introducing transformational leadership concepts. PMG-677 emphasizes the vital role of project managers in integrating project components, covering the identification of dependencies, risks, and mitigation strategies. The course also provides an understanding of project complexities across different phases and introduces theoretical foundations of complexity.

General Track Courses

PMG -677 Project Complexities and Integration Management: (3 credits)

PMG -690 Managing Public and Nonprofit Projects and Programs: (3 credits)

PMG -692 Team Development and Emotional Intelligence for Project Managers: (3 credits)

TOTAL Credit Hours 8

Construction Management Track Courses

PMC – 677 Complexity and Integration in Construction Projects: (3 credits)

PMC – 679 Construction Project Oversight and Contract: (3 credits)

PMC – 681 Safety Management in Construction Projects: (3 credits)

TOTAL Credit Hours 8

In this semester, graduate students will take three vital construction project management courses. PMC-677 delves into Complexity and Integration in Construction Projects, presenting the intricacies, skills, and techniques specific to the construction sector, including dealing with moving components, risks, dependencies, and procurement processes. PMC-679, Construction Project Oversight and Contract, focuses on contract and claim management, guiding students in preparing various contract documents and emphasizing the importance of a bidders’ conference for successful project monitoring and control. PMC-681, Safety Management in Construction Projects, explores the significance of a strong safety management program in reducing injury rates and improving corporate reputation and project ROI. Students analyze risk reduction practices and the integration of safety policies, programs, and quality management in the construction industry.

In this semester, graduate students will take three essential IT project management courses. PMIT-675 covers Agile Project Management, providing an overview of knowledge and tools for managing dynamic IT projects. PMIT-677 focuses on Managing Integration in IT Projects, teaching students enterprise architecture concepts and guiding them in project design and integration. PMIT-678 delves into Managing Development-Operation (DevOps) Environment, ensuring alignment between IT development and operations to avoid deployment and support issues.

Information Technology Track Courses

PMIT – 675 Principles of Agile Project Management: (3 credits)

PMIT- 677 Managing Integration in IT Projects: (3 credits)

PMIT- 678 Managing Development-Operation (DevOPs) Environment: (3 credits)

TOTAL Credit Hours 8


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