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Charleston Southern Online offers a Master of Science in Project Management, an accelerated, affordable program designed for current and future business leaders to succeed in today’s global marketplace. Accepted students in the program at Charleston Southern can earn their degree completely online in our flexible, accelerated format.

This high quality, online master’s degree enhances our service to the local and global community, and provides additional support to the vision of CSU by integrating faith in learning, leading and serving. Our focus is on presenting an applied approach to all of the management courses presented. Many nontraditional students are seeking alternative master’s level degrees in business, given the demand level to enhance their professional lives for promotions and career enhancement opportunities through education.

The Master of Science in Project Management allows students to increase their relative worth within the organizational setting and to improve the overall productivity of their respected organizations. In today’s society, there is an increasing need for individuals with solid critical thinking, problem solving, interpersonal, and communication skills that understand how to operate in a global economy.

Programs of Study

The Master of Science in Project Management consists of thirty-six (36) semester-hours of credit. All courses are seven-weeks in length, completely online, and offer a distinct, applied approach to learning. Each course will offer the following distinctions:

  • Use multiple books for the course that includes college textbooks and books from today’s business “thought” leaders
  • Use a concept called “Course Shorts” that take the most applicable concepts from the books and apply them without having to read the entire book. 
  • Focus on critical thinking and problem solving that requires the student to research and determine fact versus opinion
  • Move from the traditional model of question/answer assignments to case studies and projects that require students to research and apply in order to solve problems


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