Eligibility for Admission

16 years of education in any discipline such as Law, Engineering, Medicine, Science, or Management (with a minimum of 130 credit hours in Bachelors and 60 credit hours in the Master program) or 60% aggregate marks in annual system from any HEC recognized university/institute.

Qualifying the NTS-GAT general test/Institute’s own test or any other test required by the HEC with 50% marks and interview is mandatory for admission.

Scheme of Courses:

The MS Project Management comprises of a minimum of 30 Credit Hours which are to be completed in a minimum of 3 semesters. The distribution of the core and elective courses is given below

Core Courses 12 Cr. Hrs.
Specialization Courses 12 Cr. Hrs.
Dissertation 06 Cr. Hrs.
Total 30 Cr. Hrs.

Semester Wise Breakup of Courses

Semester 1

S.No
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
1 MSPM-720 Introduction to Project Management 3
2 MSPM-721 Applied Research Methods

3

3 MSPM Elective I 3
4 MSPM Elective II 3
5 Total Credit Hours for Semester 1

12

Semester 2

S.No Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
1 MSPM-730 Qualitative & Quantitative Techniques 3
2 MSPM -732 Directed Readings in Project Management 3
3 MSPM-XXX Elective III 3
4 MSPM-XXX Elective IV 3
5 Total Credit Hours for Semester II 12

Semester 3

S.No Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
1 MSPM-793 Research Dissertation 6

Note: Electives I, II, III, and IV in the tables above will be selected from the list of elective courses provided below. Additionally, please note, the table below is a partial list of electives. These will be updated and changed in response to the changing dynamics of the project sectors and needs of the student practitioners.

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MSPM-741
MSPM-742
MSPM-743
MSPM-744
MSPM-745
MSPM-746
MSPM-747
MSPM-748
MSPM-749
MSPM-750
MSPM-751
Project Risk Management
Directed Research in Project Management
Seminar in Project Management
Managing Complex Projects
Project Procurement Management
Investment Theory for Project Managers
Operations Research Applications in Project Management
Program and Portfolio Management
Directed Computational Project Management
Project Leadership
Project Monitoring & Evaluation
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3