Twenty-four campuses; 17,000 faculty and staff; 100,000 students; a teaching hospital that provides care to more than a million patients a year; over one-half million active alumni; an online World Campus that empowers anyone to pursue an education—anytime, anywhere; and the largest student-run philanthropic organization on the planet.

We teach students that the real measure of success is what you do to improve the lives of others, and they learn to be hard-working leaders with a global perspective. We conduct research to improve lives. We add millions to the economy through projects in our state and beyond. We help communities by sharing our faculty expertise and research.Penn State lives close by no matter where you are.

Our campuses are located from one side of Pennsylvania to the other. Through Penn State World Campus, students can take courses and work toward degrees online from anywhere on the globe that has Internet service.We support students in many ways, including advising and counseling services for school and life; diversity and inclusion services; social media sites; safety services; and emergency assistance.
Courses:
  • Project Management
  • Cost and Value Management
  • Planning and Resource Management
  • Commercial Law and Project Management
  • Organizaitons
  • Interpersonal and Group Behavior
  • Strategy: Corporate, Business, and Project
  • Managment of Projects
  • Independent Studies

Program requirements

Applicants must achieve a minimum GMAT score of 450. When this score is added to the applicant’s undergraduate grade-point average, multiplied by 200, the total must be at least 1,050 in order to meet minimum requirements for admission to the MPM program. Either the applicant's cumulative undergraduate grade-point average or the junior/senior grade-point average can be used for this calculation. Applicants must also demonstrate proficiency in writing by obtaining at least a 4.0 on the analytical writing assessment portion of the GMAT, or by earning a grade of B or higher in a college English composition course. English Language Requirements IELTS band: 6.5 TOEFL paper-based test score : 550 TOEFL iBT® test: 80

Accreditation

Penn State is ranked at No. 46 for 2014 in the Center for World University Rankings, up from No. 50 in 2013. The list includes national and international schools. Criteria for the rankings are: quality of faculty, publications in top journals, highly influential research, citations, patents, academic training of students, and professional future of alumni.

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