Online Bachelor of Science in Project Management
Are you interested in the technical aspects of managing projects from start to finish? A Bachelor of Science in project management from Arizona State University may be the right fit for you. Gain crucial skills for working in the field and experience hours toward pursuing a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification upon graduating.
Next start date: 10/11/2023
Total classes: 40
Weeks per class: 7.5
Total credit hours: 120
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Develop the skills you need for a career in project management
Project management is an interdisciplinary field that involves planning, overseeing projects, meeting deadlines and delivering successful outcomes. This project management degree prepares you with the skills needed to develop, implement and manage projects in a variety of settings from engineering and health care to government and manufacturing.
You’ll build a set of technical and interpersonal skills, such as:
- Delegation and decision making.
- Facilitating meetings.
- Managing project scope.
- Planning and forecasting.
- Team building and collaboration.
- Tracking and monitoring tasks.
- Writing and reporting.
What you’ll learn in this online project management degree
The curriculum in the project management degree is designed based on globally accepted professional standards developed by the Project Management Institute (PMI). In this program, you’ll complete simulations and other career-connected learning, ensuring you’re prepared for your next step.
Whereas the bachelor’s in organizational leadership with a concentration in project management emphasizes the leadership framework, this program focuses on the technical aspects and theories of project management. In your courses, you’ll learn how to use an analytical lens to approach:
Online project management courses
Your courses cover technical project management topics, such as planning, scheduling, risk management, project finance and procurement. You’ll also gain practical experience by completing an applied project in your final semester. Through an internship, project or other hands-on opportunity, you’ll apply what you’ve learned in the program to a real-world setting. Courses may include:
OGL 343: Social Processes in Organizations (SB)
OGL 345: Organizational Ethics (HU)
OGL 350: Diversity and Organizations (L & C)
OGL 355: Leading Organizational Innovation and Change
PMG 320: Project Approaches
PMG 321: Project Leadership, Strategy and Scope
PMG 322: Project Schedule Management
PMG 323: Project Cost Management
The jobs you could get with a bachelor’s in project management
The skills you’ll gain in this program complement an array of specialized project management careers across sectors. Key industries include IT, construction, finance, marketing, law, utility services and more. You can pursue roles such as project manager, coordinator, analyst, scheduler and lead. Additional potential career paths include, but aren’t limited to:
How to apply
You are considered a first-year student for application purposes if you have not attended college at all, or have fewer than 12 transferable credit hours (with a minimum 2.50 cumulative GPA).
Study at a globally recognized university
ASU is a global university recognized for its commitment to innovation, research and high-quality academic programs. Our university has been recognized with peer-reviewed honors from U.S. News & World Report.
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