Are projects better without the effect of human bias? That’s the thrust of an article appearing in Architecture & Governance Magazine by Dr. Thomas Wise and Dr. Stephen Onu of the Harrisburg University of Science and Technology faculty.
Wise is an assistant professor of Project Management and speaker on virtual working and problem-solving concepts. Onu is a professor of Project Management and Business Strategy and a frequent speaker on global project management concepts across the globe.
Harrisburg University offers a 36-credit M.S. Project Management program that is delivered to students via all online or hybrid format.
The program is accredited by the Global Accreditation Center for Project Management Education Programs (GAC), an independent academic accreditation body with policies, procedures, and standards for project, program, portfolio management and related programs at the bachelor’s, postgraduate and doctoral degree levels. HU’s M.S. program in Project Management is one of only 110 programs around the world to achieve this accreditation.
Harrisburg University’s M.S. in Project Management provides preparation for the nationally recognized Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification. The PMP credential is recognized as the most important certification for project managers. It is globally acknowledged, in heavy demand, and highly sought after by corporations and individuals alike.
For more information on academic programs at Harrisburg University, visit online at https://www.harrisburgu.edu/programs/ms-project-management/
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