Scholarship Deadline Approaching for the M.S. in Management Engineering
Apply by July 1, 2013 for the Fall 2013 Class and Be Considered for Up to $5,000 in Scholarships
College graduates interested in enrolling in the M.S. in Management Engineering this September 2013 at Long Island University/LIU Post are eligible for consideration of annual awards of up to $5,000 per year. As a Registered Education Provider (REP), six of the courses offered within the Master’s program help to fulfill PMP, PgMP and other PMI professional credentials Professional Development Unit (PDU) Requirements.
The LIU Post Computer Science and Management Engineering Department has been approved by the Project Management Institute (PMI) to help project managers achieve and maintain the Project Management Professional (PMP)®, Program Management Professional (PgMP)® and other PMI professional credentials. The R.E.P organizations have met PMI’s rigorous quality criteria for course content, instructor qualification, and instructional design. The LIU Post courses are part of the M.S. in Management Engineering (MGE) program and award 24 Professional Development Units (PDU’s) for each course.
The following R.E.P. courses are available as part of the M.S. in Management Engineering curriculum and can also be applied separately to Project Management Institute Professional Development Units (PDU’s). These courses take place over the 2–3 year MGE program.
MGE 521 Project Management Principles
MGE 523 Quality and Process Improvement
MGE 525 Communications Management
MGE 621 Project Planning and Control
MGE 627 Project Risk Management
MGE 629 Human Resource Management & Administration
To apply for the new grants, follow these three steps:
STEP 1: Admission Application: www.liu.edu/post/apply
STEP 2: Scholarship Application: click here
STEP 3: Complete FAFSA at fafsa.ed.gov (code: 002751)
The application deadline is: July 1, 2013
For more information call 516-299-2900
Awards are renewable each year as long as the student maintains the required program enrollment status and a grade point average of 3.0 or higher. Admission and scholarship application deadline for Fall 2013 study is July 1, 2013. Other eligibility requirements may apply. The University reserves the right to restrict the awarding of multiple grants and scholarships. Awards are limited and require completion of a FAFSA each year.