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IPMP Doctoral Fellow Program builds on the foundation of the level 6 and Master’s Degree in Project Management to help prepare members for senior level leadership, consulting, and teaching positions within business, government, nonprofit organizations, etc. Doctoral Fellow Candidate in this concentration are educated to discover new solutions to unsolved problems as a leader within global organizations. Candidate will develop analytic and research skills to define problems, study advanced content knowledge to discover innovative solutions, and practice consulting and leadership techniques to facilitate innovative change in organizations, communities, and society. Using these skills, members may find opportunities as leaders within nonprofit organizations and businesses, as consultants, or as faculty within higher education.

Part I – Research Concentration Courses

The Part I focused on member’s research thesis writing. Members are expected to become familiar with analytical concepts and to use them in their research work. They will be aware of ethical issues, sustainability, and global environmental issues. Members will develop skills and research methodology and importantly must produce a work–based project.

Part I – Research Concentration Courses

Code

Courses

Credits

PME 802

Research Methodology

8

PME 811

Statistical Analysis & Probability

8

PME 810

Econometrics Analysis

8

PME 816

Quantitative Method For Decision Making

8

PME 815

Managerial Economics for Decision Making

8

PME 812

Operations Research

8

Total Credit

48

 

Part II – Management Concentration Courses

The objective of this level is to empower and increase the concentration area of knowledge, skills and confidence of members in the specialized area. The Part I includes Organizational Building & Structuring. Members are expected to become familiar with analytical concepts and to use them in their management role. They will be aware of ethical issues, sustainability, and global environmental issues.

 

Part II – Management Concentration Courses

Code

Courses

Credits

PME 804

Organization Strategy & Project Selection

8

PME 813

Managing Lean Projects

8

PME 801

Project Engineering Management

8

PME 808

Cost & Value Management in Project

8

PME 814

Quality Planning Management

8

PME 803

Disaster & Emergency Management

8

Total Credit

48

 

Part III – Leadership & Research Writing

The Level II builds on the knowledge gained from studying the Level I, the course is of benefit to those in middle management positions who seek to develop a more strategic view of Project Management operations. It will give them the cAPEbility to review and modify operational activities. Members will also gain an understanding of key areas from an international viewpoint. The Level II aims to give senior managers and leader’s strategic management and decision-making skills to enable them stimulate to the highest levels of success and impact

 

Part III – Leadership & Research Writting

Code

Courses

Credits

PME 805

Project Consulting & Intervention

8

PME 807

Facility Management

8

PME 809

Global Engineering and Construction

8

PME 806

Project Time & Resource Estimation

8

SEM 903

Seminars & Conferences

57

RES 901

Research Thesis

57

Total Credit

146