Lead and manage people and resources to achieve
Communicate effectively with project team
members, stakeholders, and sponsors.
Apply traditional and Agile methodology to plan,
execute, and control project activities to ensure successful
Demonstrate a strategic alignment between business
needs and project outcomes.
Adopt best practices for mitigating risks in developing and
implementing successful projects.
Demonstrate compliance with legal, ethical, and
Students will have unlimited access to Skillsoft, a comprehensive
eLearning resource to help develop IT and business knowledge and
This program is accredited by the Project Management Institute (PMI®)
Global Accreditation Center for Project Management (GAC).
Work on solving a real-world problem faced by an actual organization
to demonstrate what you’ve learned in your program.
Our original learning format offers extra structure for those who
want it. We'll set the schedule, you meet the deadlines.
*This is only an estimate, using general program pricing, and
it does not include fees (including application and resource kit fees).
Your price may be higher or lower depending on your
specialization, transfer credits, and tuition discounts. If transfer
credits are allowed in this offering, the prices above show what you
would pay if you brought in the average number of transfer credits
and the price if you brought in the maximum allowed transfer credits.
Speak with an enrollment counselor to get a personalized cost estimate for what you can expect to pay.
At Capella, we believe your education is an investment in your future. It’s also an investment within your grasp. Your goals are achievable—there are more ways to save than you might think.
Capella scholarships, available for qualifying students, aren’t need-based and never have to be repaid.
Active-duty military service members, their spouses, and veterans
could be eligible for a discount.
Earn credits by demonstrating your knowledge and/or industry
certifications through our Prior Learning Assessment (PLA)
Topics covered in the MS in Information
Technology, Project Management curriculum include the application of
processes, techniques, and tools used to plan, initiate, execute,
control, and close projects; project budgeting, procurement, and
|Course Number||Course Title|
|PM5332||Project Management, Planning, Execution, and Control|
|PM5333||Project Budgeting, Procurement, and Quality|
|PM5334||Project Risk Assessment and Control|
|PM5335||Project Leadership and Management|
|PM5336||Agile Project Management Theory and Practice|
These folks are superstars. We hear it from our students (and grads).
They’re here to help find a program fit and set you up for
First they listen. Then they act—for you. Running the numbers,
exploring ways to save, and making the financing of your education
From enrollment to graduation, coaches help you stay on track. They
know your program, answer questions, and cheer you on.
For this team, it’s more than résumés and interview tips. It’s about
thoughtful and strategic career planning—beyond graduation.
Take a look at potential entry-level,
mid-level, and advanced career options in IT project management.
Discover two examples that highlight the importance of skilled IT
Five “soft skills” project managers need to be competitive in the
Here are just some of the career options you could explore with our master’s in information technology, project management degree.
*These are examples intended to serve as a general guide. Some
positions may prefer or even require previous experience, licensure,
certifications, and/or other designations along with a degree. Because
many factors determine what position an individual may attain, Capella
cannot guarantee that a graduate will secure any specific job title, a
promotion, salary increase, or other career outcome. We encourage you
to research requirements for your job target and career goals.