Online Bachelor of Applied Science in Project Management
Gain the expertise necessary to manage and lead projects from origination through resolution. A Bachelor of Applied Science in project management will help you take on the industry with an innovative and differentiating approach.
Next start date: 01/09/2023
Total classes: 18
Weeks per class: 7.5
Total credit hours: 54
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Bachelor’s in project management for associate students
The bachelor’s in project management is appropriate for students who have completed an Associate in Applied Science and are interested in leading and managing projects in the future. This online degree incorporates an interdisciplinary approach that prepares you to become a leader in a variety of organizations.
What is project management?
Project management includes all the tasks necessary to plan for and guide projects toward success. Managing a project includes initiating, planning, executing, monitoring and closing project tasks.
The project management industry expects 1.8 million jobs worldwide to be created from 2018 - 2028. An online bachelor’s in project management from Arizona State University can help you prepare for the growing industry. As a student in the project management bachelor’s degree program, you can expect a valued learner experience and outcome.
What is a Bachelor of Applied Science?
A Bachelor of Applied Science is generally more career-oriented with a focus on applicable concepts and skills for industry. This program shares coursework with the Bachelor of Arts in organizational leadership but focuses more on project management skills. The bachelor’s degree in project management provides experiential learning opportunities for elective credits and integrates leadership practice into its program.
Learn to lead and manage projects
The bachelor’s in project management coursework can offer you the skills and knowledge that you need to lead diverse teams. Throughout the program, you’ll learn and study the foundations of project management, the theory and practice of leading projects and project concepts such as time and cost management. This skills-driven curriculum will prepare you to assess organizational effectiveness and use emerging technologies.
PMG 321: Project Leadership, Strategy and Scope
OGL 350: Diversity and Organizations (L & C)
PMG 326: Project Procurement Management
PMG 421: Project Risk Management
OGL 345: Organizational Ethics (HU)
PMG 240: Introduction to Project Management
OGL 481: Organizational Leadership Pro-Seminar I
PMG 322: Project Schedule Management
What jobs can I get with a project management degree?
After completing the bachelor’s in project management, you’ll be in a position to find an occupation where you can manage and lead individual projects for your organization. You’ll have the capabilities to oversee projects from start to finish, create plans and meet your projects’ goals. With the project management bachelor’s degree, you’ll learn the essential duties in the job of a project manager.
You’re eligible to apply for this program if you have attended one or more regionally accredited colleges or universities and earned your Associate of Applied Science (AAS). To apply to a Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) program at ASU, please follow these steps.
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