Project Management Degree
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Project management is a rapidly growing field which enables organizations to strategically tie project results to their business goals. The Bellevue University Bachelor of Science in Project Management degree online, or in class, will prepare you to manage and lead project teams across a spectrum of business environments.
Degree Sneak Peek
Coursework blends business and leadership principles with the strategies and skills it takes as a project management professional to:
- Initiate, plan, execute, control and close out projects.
Several distinctions set Bellevue University’s online Project Management Degree program apart:
- Accredited by the Project Management Institute Global Accreditation Center for Project Management Education Programs (GAC), along with only a small number of undergraduate programs in the country. Accreditation confirms that our curriculum meets comprehensive quality standards and can prepare students for success in project management careers.
- Aligned with the core processes found in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide), which is standard practice across the profession.
- Approved by the Project Management Institute (PMI) as a Registered Education Provider. (R.E.P. designation qualifies each course within the program for professional development units to meet requirements needed by PMI Certification Program credential holders. Earning the R.E.P. designation demonstrates that Bellevue University has met or exceeded rigorous standards for quality and effectiveness as defined by PMI.)
The Bellevue University Bachelor of Science in Project Management is offered in a cohort format either online or in-class. You’ll be able to build upon the expertise you’ve gained through your previous education, share the real-world experiences of a diverse group of peers, and understand what makes a successful project manager and leader. Faculty with industry experience will guide you in problem-based exercises and introduce the tools professionals need to develop and implement project planning from both strategic and tactical perspectives.
Integrating hands-on, applied learning with theory, all Bellevue University degrees are designed to deliver a transformative learning experience that is flexible to accommodate your personal and work life.
Upon successful completion of the project management degree program, graduates will be able to:
- Create project management plans using appropriate techniques and tools per the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide) to initiate, plan, execute, monitor and control, and close.
- Prioritize project needs with regard to scope, resources, cost, schedules, and risks
- Analyze the five project development process groups and nine knowledge areas within the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide).
- Assess the communication and leadership effectiveness of members within an interdisciplinary project team.