Project Management Bachelors Degree Overview
No project can be achieved without the organization and leadership skills of motivated individuals ready to take charge. As a project manager, you’ll develop, organize, and implement complex processes in a variety of industries — from law to engineering to healthcare and beyond. The Bachelor of Science in Project Management Degree Program gives you the skill set you need to manage these responsibilities through experiential learning — dealing with real clients and real projects with a focus on mastering technology, quantitative analysis, and learning in a living lab environment.
A Bachelor in Project Management can open up doors in a variety of different industries. When you sign up for our online project management degree, our university will provide you with all the management skills and knowledge needed to serve as a successful project manager. Through challenging courses and hands-on experience, we make sure our students are fully prepared upon graduation. If you are ready to use your leadership, management, and problem-solving skills, enroll in our Project Management Bachelor Degree at Alliant International University.
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With our project management Bachelor’s Degree online program, you’ll develop the leadership skills you need to effectively manage in business through experiential learning with real businesses and clients.
Learn every angle of the problem-solving and management skills required to succeed in project management through class offerings such as: Project Management Leadership, Project Management Tools, Project Planning, Scheduling, Staffing, and more.
The bachelor’s degree program culminates with a capstone project that allows each student an opportunity to showcase their knowledge and practical understanding of Project Management before moving on to an MBA — or directly into a career in the field.
In alignment with the PMBOK® Guide
A good grasp of project management requires you to be both a critical and relational thinker, as you communicate closely with teams of individuals and find solutions for complex problems. Alliant’s project management program focuses on the tenets outlined by the materials based on the text, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide), so that by the end of your educational journey you’re prepared to receive project management certification and go on to achieve your career goals. Attending a project management school with this rigorous program ensures you have all the problem-solving and managerial skills required to succeed in any business environment.
PMBOK is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.
Alliant International University’s California School of Management and Leadership (CSML) is pleased to announce it has received accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) for its PhD in Leadership, Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA), MBA, MS in Data Analytics, and BS in Business Administration (BSBA) degree programs.
ACBSP accreditation certifies that the teaching and learning processes offered within CSML’s programs meet the rigorous educational standards established by said accrediting body, which is a leading specialized accreditation body for business education across the country. ACBSP’s mission is to promote continuous improvement and recognize teaching excellence through its recognition of business education programs throughout the world.
More so, Alliant’s CSML has been reviewed and approved as PMI Registered Education Provider (REP) ® by the Project Management Institute (PMI) . As a PMI Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.), CSML’s program design and content for the BS in Project Management has agreed to abide by PMI-established quality assurance criteria.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the career outlook for graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Project Management degree program?
Our BS in Project Management degree program offers its graduates a rather sunny career outlook. With many of the graduates of this program going on to work in finance, health care, IT, and engineering, we see four fields that are all growing faster than the national average, and are expected to continue to outpace the 7% average growth rate well into the 2020’s. It is important to note, however, that the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that many of the positions offered in these fields will require some prior experience, and that an internship while still in school—like those offered at Alliant—may prove invaluable in future career prospects.
What kind of job can I expect to get with this degree?
Graduates of our BS in Project Management degree program have many options when it comes to career paths. Here are just a few of the jobs and careers that BS Project Management graduates can hope to obtain: project manager, marketing manager, college recruiter, software consultant, network analyst, operations manager, IT manager, real estate developer and manager, database administrator, and non-profit organizational administrator—and this is, truly, just the tip of the iceberg for graduates of this program.
What scholarship and financial aid options are available to me?
Private and public scholarships can help you meet the cost of your education. Alliant International University is pleased to be able to offer a significant number of institutional scholarships to many of our students. Learn more about these scholarship opportunities at: https://scholarships.alliant.edu. Additional Financial aid is available for those who qualify in the form of loans, grants, federal work study, and military aid. Learn more about financial aid options here.
How can I expect to be trained while I am in this program?
Our courses are designed to provide an integrated and well-balanced theoretical- and practical-oriented approach to the study of project management both in the classroom and in a hands-on setting. The curriculum also places a strong emphasis on professional development and practical application of project management through a long-term capstone project and 100 hours internship experience.
When does the Bachelor’s in Project Management degree program start?
This program is offered as an 8-week term program and is open for enrollment during each of those respective enrollment periods. You can find a copy of our 8-week term academic calendar here.
How long does it take to complete the Bachelor’s in Project Management degree program?
The Bachelor’s in Project Management degree is a 120-credit program and takes a minimum of 4 years to complete, across 22 terms.
What is the modality of this program?
The BS in Project Management program is offered fully online. All classes and coursework can be completed virtually and on your time, allowing you to tailor your education to your schedule.
Degree Campus Locations
The BS in Project Management is only offered as an online program. With this Bachelor of Project Management online degree, you’ll be able to complete your courses on your own time. Explore our online programs below.
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