The way of the future
Introducing Master of Project Innovation / Master of Project Management (MPI+MPM)
The world of project management is changing. Projects and programs are increasingly creative in nature, embedding innovative thinking, and dealing with complex business environments. The Master of Project Innovation and Master of Project Management are offered as a combined program (MPI+MPM) that reduce the overall duration of study by 25%. Our program is designed to enhance graduate capabilities to meet future challenges in professional practice and up-skill knowledge over time. Project innovation is considered to be the next big thing for the project management discipline. Graduates receive dual degrees after two years of full-time study. Part-time attendance patterns, comprising 1-2 subjects per trimester, are also available. All subjects are delivered as intensive blocks of study rather than weekly classes.
About the program
The Master of Project Innovation and Master of Project Management combined program enables students to explore emergent ideas and future directions applicable to global project management practice, while also covering traditional skills and competencies. The curriculm addresses a range of learning opportunities including design thinking, adaptable mindsets such as Lean and Agile, innovative product management, systems thinking and delivery of digital projects. Show more
The Master of Project Innovation and Master of Project Management combined program enables students to explore emergent ideas and future directions applicable to global project management practice, while also covering traditional skills and competencies. The curriculm addresses a range of learning opportunities including design thinking, adaptable mindsets such as Lean and Agile, innovative product management, systems thinking and delivery of digital projects. Students undertake an international study tour where they are able to see examples of project innovation and experience other project management practices and cultures, as well as access up to one year of on-campus work experience as part of The Transformer initiative. Show less
|Duration||6 semesters (2 years)|
|Program type||Masters Coursework|
|Study area||Architecture and Built Environment|
|Credit for prior study||For more details on applying for credit, please contact the Student Business Centre: [email protected]|
Required subjects (14)
- Research Methods in Humanities & Social Sciences (HUMR71-100)
- Behaviour in Organisations (MGMT71-600)
- Project Innovation and Change (MGMT71-326)
- Entrepreneurship and Innovation (ENFB71-104)
- Expert Witness and Dispute Resolution (SDCM71-323)
- Risk Management (SDIM71-201)
- Principles of Project Management (SSUD71-103)
- Project Finance and Procurement (SSUD71-111)
- Project Portfolio and Program Management (SSUD71-305)
- The Digital Project Manager (SSUD71-410)
- Project Resource Planning (SSUD71-403)
- International Project Management (SSUD71-404)
- Systems Thinking and Management Modelling for Projects (SSUD71-407)
- Research Project (SSUD74-200) (20 cp)
- Students can choose up to three subjects from the University’s list of available postgraduate subjects.
The below fees are based on an average per semester cost, fees may vary based on which subjects are selected and the number of subjects enrolled in for each semester:
- 2019 fees: $13,100 per semester (based on 3 subjects per semester)
When considering the fees associated with your studies, keep in mind that Bond’s accelerated schedule means you can finish your degree sooner and be out in the workforce up to a year earlier than if you went to another university.
This time saving also represents a substantial reduction in accommodation and living costs, plus a full year of extra earnings.
Academic entry requirements
Completion of an Australian Qualifications Framework Level 7 Bachelor degree or equivalent from an approved institution.
Please contact the Office of Future Students for further information.
English language proficiency requirements
As tuition is delivered in English, all students will be required to provide documented evidence of the required level of proficiency in the English language. Read more detailed information on English Language Proficiency Requirements for university study.
Credit for prior study
Subject credits may be awarded for previous studies. To apply for credits, you will need to submit academic transcripts including detailed subject outlines/course descriptions for each relevant subject and/or certified copies of testamurs to the Office of Future Students. Please refer to how to apply for credit for more information