October 16, 2009, Newsletter Issue #179: Planning Your Online Master's Degree in Project Management

Tip of the Week

If you are considering getting an online master's degree in Project Management, it's likely you already have a job that demands a lot of you. Though many programs allow accelerated study, you need to consider whether the current demands of your job will leave enough time for that. Consider that each online course requires 6-12 hours of work per week. That means you need to free 18-36 hours per week to take three courses at once. Two courses per semester would reduce the number of hours needed to 12-24. Analyze your workload and the demands of your home life to determine which schedule will be best for you.

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