Master of Arts in Procurement and Acquisitions Management
Webster University's Online Master of Arts is designed to meet the critical education and training needs of the large community of civilian contracting officers working throughout the United States both for the government and for private entities, and of the large community of military contracting officers in the United States and at Department of Defense (DOD) overseas installations. Selected courses in this program have been approved by the Defense Acquisition University (DAU) as meeting certification requirements as required by DAWIA, and for those interested students, an 18 hour Professional Graduate Certificate in Government Contracting has been approved for an online offering. For more information, click here.
Instructors for the Procurement and Acquisitions Management program are from Webster's worldwide faculty pool and possess significant professional credentials as Engineer Officer, Production Officer, and Procurement Officer in the United States Army; Defense Costs, Pricing and Negotiations from the U.S. Naval Training Center; a variety of organizations, including the National Contract Management Association, Council of Logistics Management, and the American Association of Port Authorities, as well as in such industries as transportation, government sales, imaging and mapping.
PROC Program & Course Syllabi
The Master of Arts in Procurement and Acquisitions Management degree requires satisfactory completion of 36 credit hours. A Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) with an emphasis in Procurement Management is also available, with minimum of 48 credit hours. Both program options must include the courses listed below.
Required PROC Courses
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Master of Arts in Procurement and Acquisitions Management Degree Required Courses (36 total credit hours required):
- PROC 5000 - Procurement and Acquisitions Management (Requisite Course)
- PROC 5810 - Acquisitions Law
- PROC 5820 - Operations Management
- PROC 5830 - Pricing
- PROC 5840 - Negotiations
- PROC 5850 - Logistics
- PROC 6000 - Integrated Studies in Procurement and Acquisitions Management
- PROC 5860 Government Contracting
- PROC 5870 Pricing and Contract Integration
- PROC 5890 - Government Procurement Law
In addition to these courses, students choose elective courses from Webster's Online MBA offerings. Students may choose from prerequisite, core, or elective Online MBA courses if they have the appropriate prerequisites to take that course.
View the Graduate Course Catalog for complete descriptions of these courses and the PROC program. Only the courses listed on this web page are offered online.