Project Management

Degree:
  • Bachelor's
Location: Anywhere
Apply Now

Why Project Management?

Successful companies know they need strong project managers to turn their ideas into reality. Acquire the skills and experience necessary to succeed in the project management field by learning to lead and deliver projects on time, on budget, and according to project specifications with the 100%-online Bachelor of Science in Project Management degree.

With the modernization and digitization of the business world, the need for project managers who can lead and manage us through this change is growing rapidly. According to the Project Management Institute (PMI), there will be a demand to fill 22 million new project management-oriented jobs over the next decade.

Our innovative, 100% online Bachelor of Science in Project Management program will help you gain the skills and experience you need to work successfully as a project manager in any company or industry. This program offers you just the right mix of employer-demanded technical, leadership, strategic, and business management skills to ensure that you’ll be able to deliver as much value as possible as a project manager. You’ll learn techniques and tools for managing complex, long- and short-term projects, successfully and cost-effectively including how to:

  • Lead a project team
  • Communicate across an organization
  • Reduce risk and increase quality
  • Lead using an agile approach
  • Help your company successfully innovate

You’ll also gain real-world experience through dynamic experiential learning opportunities within each course and beyond the classroom, where you can work on real-world, virtual projects for leading companies. The program's flexible electives are aligned to industry-specific areas, enabling you to broaden and perfect your knowledge in multiple disciplines and capacities within the project management profession.


Unique Features

  • The 100% online format provides all the flexibility you need, where you can study when and where it’s convenient for you.
  • You can participate in real-world, hands-on learning projects to ensure you get the experience that puts you in demand with employers.
  • You’ll learn from faculty experts who have extensive real-world experience and who will ensure you get the practical skills that will help you advance your career.

What you'll study

General Requirements

General Requirements

General Foundation Courses (21 s.h.)

ENG 1105 - College Writing 1
3.00
ENG 1106 - Lab for ENG 1105
1.00
ENG 1107 - College Writing 2
3.00
ENG 1108 - Lab for ENG 1107
1.00
ENG 3107 - Writing for the Professions: Business and the Social Sciences
3.00
ENG 3108 - Lab for ENG 3107
1.00
MTH 1100 - College Algebra
3.00

Project Management Foundation Courses (42 s.h.)

ITC 2016 - End-User Data Analysis Tools
3.00
CMN 1100 - Organizational Communication
3.00
MTH 2300 - Business Statistics
3.00
ECN 1200 - Principles of Macroeconomics
3.00
PHL 2100 - Business Ethics
3.00
MGT 1100 - Introduction to Business
3.00
MGT 2210 - Information within the Enterprise
3.00
MGT 2310 - Organizational Behavior
3.00
MGT 2330 - Business Law
3.00
MKT 2100 - Principles of Marketing
3.00
MGT 2100 - Principles of Management
3.00
MGT 2220 - Supply Chain Management
3.00
LDR 3250 - Leading Teams Locally and Virtually
3.00
PJM 1400 - Project Planning
3.00

PJM 1000 Project Management Fundamentals

Major Required Courses (24 s.h.)

LDR 3400 - Evidence-Based Leadership and Decision Making
3.00
PJM 2000 - Project Monitoring and Control
3.00
PJM 2100 - Quality and Risk
3.00
PJM 2200 - Project Procurement and Contract Management
3.00
PJM 3000 - Leading Agile Projects
3.00
PJM 4000 - Program and Project Portfolio Management
3.00
PJM 3100 - Principles of Business Analysis Management
3.00
PJM 4850 - Capstone
3.00

Professional Electives (12 s.h.)

Choose 12 semester hours from ITC, MGT, MKT, HRM, HMG, BTC, etc.

Suggested Electives (additional electives are available to fulfill elective requirements

HMG 2100 - Healthcare Operations
3.00
HMG 4210 - Healthcare Policy
3.00
HMG 3225 - Public Health
3.00
PSY 1100 - Foundations of Psychology
3.00
PSY 2230 - Stress and Its Management
3.00
HSV 2240 - Human Behavior in the Social Environment
3.00
LDR 1200 - Assessing Your Leadership Capacity
3.00
ACC 2200 - Managerial Accounting
3.00
ACC 3103 - Cost Accounting
3.00
FIN 3330 - Risk Management and Insurance
3.00
MGT 4230 - New Venture Creation
3.00
MGT 4220 - Innovation and Change Management
3.00
BTC 1300 - Introduction to Biotechnology
3.00
ITC 2000 - Principles of Systems Analysis and Design
3.00
ITC 2200 - Networking Foundations
3.00
ITC 2430 - E-Commerce Systems
3.00

Open Electives to reach minimum of 120 s.h. required for degree

Suggested Electives:

CMN 3100 - Negotiation
3.00
CMN 3360 - Crisis Communication
3.00
CMN 3400 - Advanced Organizational Communication
3.00
ENG 3260 - Writing to Inform and Persuade
3.00
HRM 2320 - Human Resources Management
3.00
ITC 2000 - Principles of Systems Analysis and Design
3.00
MGT 4220 - Innovation and Change Management
3.00
MGT 4230 - New Venture Creation
3.00
TCC 3450 - Writing for the Web
3.00

Total Requirements for Degree: 120 s.h.

Did You Know?

2.2 million is the number of project-oriented roles that employers will need to fill each year through 2027 (Project Management Institute, 2017)

Average Salary

According to Glassdoor, the average salary for an entry-level project manager is $59,000, and the average salary across all project managers is $90,000.

Commitment

Full-Time
Part-Time

Entry Terms

Fall
Spring
Summer

Meets F-1 Visa Requirements

No