Today, the strategic and operational areas of every public and private organization depend to a great extent on excellent project administration and management in order to optimize the use of allocated resources. The Specialization in Project Management contributes to the preparation of specialists that help meet these problems at the organizations.

Through this specialization, experts are trained in the application of quantitative techniques and time scheduling tools, including the allocation of resources for a specific project that is being developed at the institution.

These methodologies will be optimized through the application of specialized computer tools for the management and programming of projects. Additionally, this specialization represents one of the first graduate programs that offers the preparation of international certifications in the area of Project Administration and Management specifically in the international certification granted by the Project Management Institute, also known as the Project Management Professional (PMP®).

Prepare specialists who in their professional career manage to exercise their leadership within an organization in order to plan, execute, control, close, and evaluate projects with an efficient management of human and material resources.

  • aculty holding doctoral degrees and experience in the industry.
  • State-of-the-art laboratories.
  • Schedule flexibility (One weekly session per course, with a duration of 3.5 hours).
  • The specialization is part of Tecnológico de Monterrey’s master degree program by specialization.
  • Tecnológico de Monterrey holds the following accreditations: SACS*, CIEES, SEP, and CONACYT**.


PMP is a trademark from the Project Management Institute, Inc.

*Tecnológico de Monterrey is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call (+1) 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Tecnológico de Monterrey.

**See the accreditation’s validity of our programs and their benefits in accordance with CONACYT’s provisions, at Mexico’s National Quality Graduate Programs official website. 

Students graduated from a Bachelor of Science such as engineering or a Bachelor of Arts with a background in probability and statistics.

Comply with the comprehensive evaluation required in the admission process, through an interview conducted by the admissions committee of the graduate program. In addition, the following is necessary:

  1. Simple copy of the Bachelor´s degree Certificate where the following information is indicated:
    1. The overall GPA.
    2. Completion date of all the subjects of the study plan.
  2. Simple copy of the Bachelor´s degree.
  3. Motivation letter or essay in which the candidate explains the reasons for his or her interest in the program, his or her potential contribution to it and the area in which he or she wishes to develop professionally.
  4. Curriculum vitae.
  5. When applicable, submit two letters of recommendation in the institutional format, from employers or professors.
  6. When applicable, take the Postgraduate Studies Admission Test (PAEP), and obtain at least 500 points in the adaptive version or its equivalent in other exams authorized by the Institution.
  7. When applicable, obtain at least 550 points in the TOEFL exam or its equivalent in the other exams authorized by the Institution as an instrument to assess the sufficiency of English language proficiency.

*The admission process may change without prior notice from the Admissions Committee

**Admission is the first step: then you can enroll in your graduate program of interest.


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At the end of the program, the student will be able to:

  • Start, plan, execute, control, and close projects correctly.
  • Make the best decisions in project management according to the environment’s conditions.
  • Train, integrate, develop effective work teams for project management.

The course plan revolves around a commitment to the industrial and service sectors and this leads to a single line of knowledge, which could be defined as the following: "techniques for the correct Project Management in organizations that lead them to increase their competitiveness according to technological, environmental, economic, and social changes in the environment”. This line entails the following:

  • Project development using state-of-the-art methodologies and techniques.

  • Selection of Projects that prioritize the maximum benefit, the lowest cost, the meeting of requirements and quality attributes. For this reason, the purpose of the course plan is to prepare the student to obtain a professional certification such as PMI starting from the preparation that the program offers. It is intended that the student obtain a professional certification that allows the creation of knowledge and value in the company where the student works at.

Having this international professional certification allows both students and companies for which they work for to have a competitive advantage that contributes to the development of the national sector in which they work at.