Graduate - Master of Administration / Project Management

Rogers and Bruner
Masters of Administration Professors Tom Rogers (left) and Rob Bruner (right)

Flexible, online MA degree 

Are you a mid-career professional seeking to expand your understanding of project management to update and strengthen your skills? If so, our online degree program may help you achieve that goal.
We built the program for mid-career professionals with any business or education background. Studying Project Management at Northern Arizona University will take you well beyond your career experiences and any preparation for certification examinations.

An online application, e-references and your transcripts is all it takes to apply. No examination is required for acceptance. We will assign you a pre-submission advisor to help you navigate the application process.

Our rolling application process can get you enrolled in just a few weeks. Our tuition cost is considered a "Best Buy". Full information on enrolling and costs can be found at: Master of Administration

The degree requires:

Core classesProject Management Emphasis
LeadershipProject Estimating
Principals of AdministrationProject Scheduling
Professional Writing Project Operations
Organizational Management Project Administration
Research or Program Evaluation     Value Methodology
CapstoneOpen Elective

Master of Administration: Project Management Emphasis

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This program will prepare you to successfully manage projects to meet goals and timelines aligned with identified budgets and resources. 

Opportunities abound for project management professionals in numerous disciplines that include:

  • the design and construction of buildings
  • organizing political campaigns
  • launching a software product
  • developing an advertising campaign
  • coordinating events

Capstone information 

Head to the Master of Administration website to see the capstone syllabus and application.

If you have any questions regarding this program, the requirements, or the admission process, please contact:

Tom Rogers
Professor
928-523-4679

Program requirements

Admission to the degree program requires:

  • a minimum of five years of professional work experience
  • three professional letters of recommendation
  • an application with an essay describing how this degree will enhance your professional goals

External resources for Project Management Students:

Project Management Education