Online Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Leadership - Project Management
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This project management degree program is a concentration within the Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Leadership, which is a 120 credit hour degree program that includes 54 hours of leadership and project management courses. These courses include upper division classes in organizational skills, behavioral dynamics of organizations and diversity and organizations.
In your junior and senior years within the project management degree, you will participate in a series of project management courses on resource management, project time, cost and procurement management as well as project risk and quality management. These courses will be both application and theory-based in order to demonstrate the skills and knowledge you have developed in the degree and construct portfolios outlining the evidence and artifacts of what you have learned. You will also learn to write proposals and reports, communicate effectively within organizations and practice ethical decision-making.
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Related CareersStudents with a degree in project management are prepared for a range of positions in the public and private sectors, including in government, information technology, nonprofit agencies, in businesses and the service industry.
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