Masters in Software Project Management

Program Info

1. To prepare the students to assess and manage risks by developing strategies to handle them.
2. To enable students to gather and manage requirements, and provide effective coordination between relevant stakeholders.
3. To help students in identifying, documenting and analyzing change management to agreeing on changes to scope.
4. To prepare students for configuration management of large scale software.
5. To enable students in identifying, prioritizing and agreeing on software releases by preparing release schedules by estimating software costs and resource requirements.
6. To acquire students with the ability to identify and resolve conflicts that may arise during the management of software projects.
7. Inculcate a sense of ethics, responsibilities and leadership.
A degree in Science / Engineering earned from a recognized university after 16 years of education with at least 60% marks or CGPA of at least 2.0 (on a scale of 4.0)
Two years of post-qualification experience in software development or related area
Past Academic Record (Bachelor) 40%
Performance in NU MS subject Admission Test 60%
For the award of MS degree, a student must have:
a) Passed courses totalling at least 30 credit hours, including core courses.
b) Earned CGPA of 2.5 or more
The program develops student’s skills necessary to manage software projects, coupling both with its theoretical and practical aspects that, strengthens them to acquire leadership positions in the software industry whereby they can become agents of change and improvement.