At a Glance:
Bachelor of Science
|Average completion time||16 months|
|Cost per credit||$486* (financial aid available)|
|Total approx. cost:||$17,496* (does not include books)
|Accreditation||Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities|
|Locations||Portland Center (near Tigard)|
January (spring) Portland
|Technology||Laptop w/ Windows required|
*All stated financial information is subject to change.
Be Known as a Project Manager
Our project management adult degree program is a bachelor of science degree that balances practice and theory. Our curriculum is aligned with the IPMA (International Project Management Association) and guided by the framework of the ASAPM (the American Society for the Advancement of Project Management), while including PMI technical competencies — all to help prepare students for certification.
The Project Management program is designed to guide students in becoming effective project managers, equipped with technical skills and behavioral competencies necessary to deliver successful projects in today’s fast-paced business environment. Classroom teaching incorporates students' relevant work experience, industry best practices, and opportunities to apply project management learning beyond the classroom through guided learning experiences.
Project Management Student Learning Outcomes
- Articulate the foundational contribution of Scientific Management to Project Management (methods, approaches, tools, and activities)
- Apply Project Management methods and approaches as organizational change agents effecting organizational performance through the delivery of strategic and operational goals.
- Articulate major international and cross-cultural factors affecting and informing modern project management theory and practice
- Develop insight into the dynamics of managing & participating in high performing teams within the project management context
- Demonstrate the Behavioral competencies necessary for the successful management of project resources, team members, stakeholders, timelines and deliverables
- Possess the technical competencies necessary to deliver optimal project results
- Utilize effective communication skills while working within the organizational process
- Develop insight into students' personal leadership style and adopt effective management strategies
- Demonstrate an understanding of Christian ethics and their applications for project managers
Student Certification in Project Management (SCiPM)
Students who successfully complete the required project management courses offered in this program are eligible to apply for Student Certification in Project Management (SCiPM) from the International Project Management Association (IPMA) and American Society for the Advancement of Project Management (ASAPM).
In addition, students may begin preparing for the IPMA Level D Project Associate Professional Certification and/or Project Management Institute (PMI) CAPM/PMP Certification while enrolled in our program.
- 36 semester hours
- 16 months (View Cohort Calendars Here)
- Meet one night each week, 6-10 p.m. (an occasional Saturday may be required)
- Classroom-style instruction with some online assignments
Adult Degree Credit Requirements
To graduate with a bachelor's degree, you must complete a total of 126 semester hours as follows:
|Minimum required entry credits for major (Don't have enough credits?)||62|
|Additional credits needed for graduation (general education, electives, or life-learning credit)||28|
|Credits earned in Project Management major||36|
Portland, Oregon (near Tigard)
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