Students in the M.S. in Project Management program are advised by a graduate advisor who serves as an important resource to our students as they progress and manage their educational and career goals.
Students receive one-on-one personal advisement to insure that educational and professional objectives are met within the course of study.
In addition, all the full-time faculty serve as advising resources on career exploration and research opportunities. Due to the intimate nature of the Project Management program, a large majority of the students forge strong relationships with our staff and faculty.
For academic advisement, contact Michael Peterson at email@example.com or 215-895-0948.