AUT encourages early application. There are limited places available. Late applications will be accepted if the programme is not full. Applicants will normally be selected on the basis of their level of academic achievement and may be required to attend a selection interview.
In order to be admitted to the Master of Engineering Project Management an applicant must have completed the following or equivalent:
(a) a relevant four-year bachelor’s degree or
(b) a relevant bachelor’s degree with honours or
(c) a relevant postgraduate diploma
(d) relevant project engineering or managerial professional experience approved by the dean (or representative).
An applicant must normally have completed the admission qualification in 1(a), (b) or (c) above with a B grade average or higher.
Guidelines to entry
This qualification is designed to be flexible and fit in with a working professional’s life while providing full time students with structured teaching to facilitate study. Many papers are delivered as block courses. Professionals who will find this qualification ideal include: engineering managers; process engineers; manufacturing managers; technical managers and their organisations.
709400 Advanced Integrated Project Management (30 points)
709401 Economics and Finance for Engineers (15 points)
709402 Engineering Corporate Social Responsiblity (15 points)
709403 Project in Engineering Project Management (30 points)
ELECTIVE PAPERS, 30 points from:
468910 Human Resource Management (7.5 points)
468911 Operations and Management (7.5 points)
468964 Employment Relations (7.5 points)
468969 Supply Chain Management (7.5 points)
469907 Information Technology Management (7.5 points)
709404 Specialist Readings: Engineering Project Management (15 points)
769004 Asset Management(30 points)
Click here to view programme structure and paper outlines.
Additional course information can also be found here.
Enrolment in papers is subject to meeting all requirements and availability of papers (not all papers listed above will be open for enrolment in a given year).
Please contact the Programme Administrator, Shirley Liew for programme information and availability of papers.