MS Project Management

MS in Project Management (18 month MS/M.Phil Degree Program) (Project Base)

33 Credit Hours

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Minimum 16 years of education from HEC recognized educational institutes
  • CGPA 2.5 or 50% marks in non-CGPA system
  • NTS-GAT General with 50% Marks, passed within last two years (HEC requirement)

MSPM Road Map (Project Base)

Module 1

Module Contents Credit Hours
Core 24
Projects 6
Electives 3
Total 33

Semester 1 ( 9Credit Hrs )

MSP601 – Fundamentals of Project Management Core 3 Credit Hrs.
MSP602 – Project Cost and Finance Management Core 3 Credit Hrs.
MSP603 – Project Human Resource & Communication Management Core 3 Credit Hrs.

Semester 2 ( 12 Credit Hrs )

MSP604 – Project Planning, Scheduling & Time Management Core 3 Credit Hrs.
MSP605 – Project Risk Management Core 3 Credit Hrs.
MSP606 – Project Procurement & Contract Management Core 3 Credit Hrs.
MSPXXX – Project-1** Project 3 Credit Hrs.

Semester 3 (12 Credit Hrs )

MSP607- Project Quality Management Core 3 Credit Hrs.
MSP608 – Project Monitoring, Evaluation and Control Management Core 3 Credit Hrs.
MSPXXX – Elective-1* (Specialization) Specialization 3 Credit Hrs.
MSPXXX – Project-2** Project 3 Credit Hrs.

Elective Courses

  • MSP621 – Disaster Management
  • MSP622 – Innovation and Technology Management
  • MSP623 – NGO Management
  • MSP624 – Scope and Integration Management
  • MSP625 – Government Projects (PC1-PC5)
  • MSP626 – Project Supply Chain Management
  • MSP 627 – Project Review, Assurance and Governance
  • MSP628 – Project Communication and Stakeholder Management

List of Projects

  • MSP631 – Primavera CBT
  • MSP632 – EPM Microsoft Project Server (2010) CBT
  • MSP633 – SharePoint Solutions CBT
  • MSP634 – Available for CBT Projects
  • MSP635 – Project Management Office (PMO) Classroom based
  • MSP636 – Advance Skills for Project Management Professionals Classroom based

Please note: Every project will include a Project Report based on the CBT or classroom teaching.
Project evaluation is done based on (Teaching / CBT and Project Report)

MS in Project Management (18 month MS/M.Phil Degree Program) (Thesis Base)

33 Credit Hours

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Minimum 16 years of education from HEC recognized educational institutes
  • CGPA 2.5 or 50% marks in non-CGPA system
  • NTS-GAT General with 50% Marks, passed within last two years (HEC requirement)

Module 1

Module Contents Credit Hours
Core 24
Projects 3
Electives 0
Research Thesis 6
Total 33

Semester 1 ( 9Credit Hrs )

MSP601 – Fundamentals of Project Management Core 3 Credit Hrs.
MSP602 – Project Cost and Finance Management Core 3 Credit Hrs.
MSP603 – Project Human Resource & Communication Management Core 3 Credit Hrs.

Semester 2 ( 12 Credit Hrs )

MSP604 – Project Planning, Scheduling & Time Management Core 3 Credit Hrs.
MSP605 – Project Risk Management Core 3 Credit Hrs.
MSP606 – Project Procurement & Contract Management Core 3 Credit Hrs.
MSPXXX – Project-1** Project 3 Credit Hrs.

Semester 3 (12 Credit Hrs )

MSP607- Project Quality Management Core 3 Credit Hrs.
MSP608 – Project Monitoring, Evaluation and Control Management Core 3 Credit Hrs.
MSPXXX – Elective-1* (Specialization) Specialization 3 Credit Hrs.
MSPXXX – Project-2** Project 3 Credit Hrs.

Elective Courses

  • MSP621 – Disaster Management
  • MSP622 – Innovation and Technology Management
  • MSP623 – NGO Management
  • MSP624 – Scope and Integration Management
  • MSP625 – Government Projects (PC1-PC5)
  • MSP626 – Project Supply Chain Management
  • MSP 627 – Project Review, Assurance and Governance
  • MSP628 – Project Communication and Stakeholder Management

Research Thesis Option

MSP641 – Research Thesis (6-Credit Hours)
In the third semester, the student has the option to select a Project Research Thesis which will be of 6-credit hours. The steps that are included for it are:

  • Selection of a topic and taking the approval from PhD research panel
  • Proposal Presentation and Defense
  • Selection of an advisor with the consent of the PhD research panel
  • Preparation of the Research Paper as per the guidelines provided for MS-Thesis at Bahria University
  • Final Presentation, which is also graded by the Bahria University Research Analysts.