Hitting the books

Today, more than 160 of the world's educational institutions offer advanced degrees in project management. This article discusses the benefits and the challenges of pursuing--particularly at mid-career--advanced university-level training in project management It also overviews the results of the PMI Project Management Salary Survey--Fourth Edition, which shows project managers who possess advanced degrees received a higher median salary than project managers with bachelor degrees. Accompanying this article are two sidebars: The first outlines four benefits of selecting a school from the list of accredited, advanced-level training programs that PMI posts on its Web site; the second identifies five ways in which project managers can balance a work/life/school schedule.
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