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Education to be a pharmaceutical project manager?

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2009-01-10 18:56:23
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Being a Project Manager is basically a standard task, and although having a relevant experience (for example, a background in the pharmaceutical industry) helps, it is not necessary. Project Management is simply about getting the project done, regardless of the industry. Thus, to become a Project Manager in the pharmaceutical industry, you have to follow the same path to become a Project Manager.

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A Program Manager is usually the next job up in the food chain level after the Senior Project Manager. Here's the career path (Note that there is no standard career path, but the order below is exact): # Assistant Project Manager (Project Assistant) # Project Coordinator # Junior Project Manager # Project Manager # Senior Project Manager # Program Manager # Senior Program Manager As explained above, becoming a Program Manager is more of a promotion/experience than education. Thus there is no education that will make you directly a Program Manager.


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