Msc Project Management or Msc Engg Project Management in coventry University

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I am from IT background ( bachelors & work experience). Now I am planning for MSc Project Management. So for me should i go for normal project management or engineering project management. I wish to stay in IT field after my studies. So which course is best for me
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I am from IT background ( bachelors & work experience). Now I am planning for MSc Project Management. So for me should i go for normal project management or engineering project management. I wish to stay in IT field after my studies. So which course is best for me
Have you checked the course content to see which is more IT related? I suspect that the engineering one might be more related to traditional engineering rather than IT - but this is something that is best confirmed with Coventry University.
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Hello there, I understand that this is a difficult decision. These two courses appear to be similar in some ways. However, there are some minor differences in the learning modules. For example, for an Engineering Management MSc, you must study financial decision making, engineering project management, global engineering strategy, and so on.

You must study business process integration, project management in practice, strategic Portfolio and Programme Management project organisation and culture, and risk management for the MSc in Project Management course.

The Engineering Management MSc programme is designed to prepare you to be a successful senior manager for engineering firms operating in highly competitive international environments. The Engineering Management MSc can lead to a career in senior management in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, service, and government, as well as start-up companies, in functions such as operations management, logistics and supply chain management, engineering research and development, and project management.

The Project Management MSc course aims to prepare you to become a successful leader in the field of project management upon successful completion of the Project Management MSc, and it currently holds academic accreditation from the Association for Project Management, the chartered body for the project management profession. For more information, please see the Accreditation and Professional Recognition section. This accreditation is intended to provide you with the ability to operate at a level that meets the project management profession's standards and the expertise required in the field.


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(Original post by Coventry University Student Ambassadors)
Hello there, I understand that this is a difficult decision. These two courses appear to be similar in some ways. However, there are some minor differences in the learning modules. For example, for an Engineering Management MSc, you must study financial decision making, engineering project management, global engineering strategy, and so on.

You must study business process integration, project management in practice, strategic Portfolio and Programme Management project organisation and culture, and risk management for the MSc in Project Management course.

The Engineering Management MSc programme is designed to prepare you to be a successful senior manager for engineering firms operating in highly competitive international environments. The Engineering Management MSc can lead to a career in senior management in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, service, and government, as well as start-up companies, in functions such as operations management, logistics and supply chain management, engineering research and development, and project management.

The Project Management MSc course aims to prepare you to become a successful leader in the field of project management upon successful completion of the Project Management MSc, and it currently holds academic accreditation from the Association for Project Management, the chartered body for the project management profession. For more information, please see the Accreditation and Professional Recognition section. This accreditation is intended to provide you with the ability to operate at a level that meets the project management profession's standards and the expertise required in the field.


Kylie Ng
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Coventry University
Thank you so much Kylie for the detailed explanation. This is going to help me to finalize the course
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