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Message from the Director

Welcome to the site of the Project Management program at Drexel University, where students are given a solid foundation in project management that will set them apart from the crowd in today’s industry. The program draws upon the research and expertise of highly-qualified, well-regarded, full-time and adjunct faculty members who have significant experience in the field of project management.

Modern project management has been around since the 1950s. Since then, the field has experienced an explosion of growth, both in the number of project managers being employed and in the expectations of the industry. Work is becoming more “projectized” and more organizations are using project management to achieve business results. This requires a solid foundation in business fundamentals, communication, and leadership, as well as skills in project, program, and portfolio management.

Our online M.S. in Project Management degree and Graduate Certificate in Project Management are easily accessible, allowing students to pursue their studies from anywhere in the world. We are pleased to note that the Project Management program is highly ranked by various entities.

Whether your interests include information technology, software development, systems integration, construction management, healthcare, government, defense, or program management, this is an ideal program if you are looking for professional and career development opportunities to enhance your knowledge and skill set in managing various types and sizes of projects.

We are proud to have our program built around the fundamental understanding of the increasingly vital and complex role of the project manager.

We hope you will take the time to learn more about the Project Management program at Drexel University, as you take your first steps towards career satisfaction.


Frank T. Anbari, Ph.D., P.E., P.M.P.
Clinical Professor and Program Director