Bachelors (BS) in Project Management

Project Management (BS)

The project management major offers a 36-semester-hour course of study that is designed to develop practitioners who can successfully plan, manage, and complete projects in a team-oriented environment.

In this program, built on Project Management Institute standards, students will learn to:

  • Apply proven project management principles to business situations
  • Systematically initiate, plan, execute, control, and close a well-documented project
  • Apply leadership skills to projects effectively across cultural and geographical boundaries
  • Identify and apply successful team development and management strategies
  • Evaluate the implications of project management to organizational effectiveness
  • Articulate principles of organizational dynamics relating to systems, culture, and environment
  • Demonstrate effective communication skills and an understanding of organizational communication processes
  • Develop insight into personal leadership style

Students are required to obtain a minimum grade of C- in all courses taken for the major.

Major Requirements

Management Core (23 hours)
MGOL 401 Organizational Behavior 3
MGOL 403 Organizational Theory 3
MGOL 404 Organizational Communication 3
MGOL 407 Christian Faith and Thought 3
MGOL 410 Financial Decision Making 3
MGOL 413 Ethics for Managers 3
MGOL 432 International Dynamics 2
MGOL 450 Strategic Management 3
Project Management Coursework (13 hours required and up to 13 optional)
MPJM 411 Introduction to Project Management 3
MPJM 413 Introduction to Project Management Software (optional) 1
MPJM 421 Intermediate Project Management 3
MPJM 431 Project Quality Management 3
MPJM 440 Advanced Project Management 3
MPJM 450 Project Management Synthesis (optional) 3
MPJM 460 Advanced Project Management Sythesis (optional) 3
MPJM 475 Project Management Practicum (optional) 1-3
Degree Completion Course Descriptions
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