Boston University is pleased to share some exciting news about their Master of Science in Project Management program. Beginning this fall semester, a new concentration in Program & Project Portfolio Management is now available, and will feature:  

  • Specialization courses in Project Risk & Cost Management, Portfolio & Program Management, Agile Project Management, and Project Value Strategies
  • A revised core curriculum with a focus on Project Management, Project Communications Management, and Quantitative & Qualitative Decision-Making
  • A new research-based core course on Principles & Best Practices in Project, Program, & Portfolio Management

This new program offering reflects Boston University Metropolitan Collegeā€™s (BU MET) ongoing commitment to preparing students for the evolving challenges, practices, and needs in the increasingly complex field of project management. The program web pages are being updated to reflect the new concentration and other changes in the program; expect to see the new pages soon! 

In the meantime, we are continuing to accept applications for entry to the Fall 2 online term (which begins on Nov. 2nd) and the Spring, Summer, & Fall 2022 semesters.  We welcome you to visit the BU MET admissions page for application requirements and deadlines.  Please note that the new concentration option is available on the BU MET admissions page

If you have any questions about the new program and updated curricula, or if you would like assistance in completing your application, please contact our Graduate Admissions Advising team for the Administrative Sciences (Business/Management) department at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Vijay Kanabar, PhD
Associate Professor, Computer Science & Administrative Sciences
Director, Project Management