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The Bachelor of Science in Project Management program at Colorado Technical University is structured to teach you the organizational and management skills necessary to pursue a career in project management. Learn more about the Bachelor of Science in Project Management program here.
Colorado Technical University's Bachelor of Science in Project Management is a campus-based program that offers curriculum that comprehensively covers the Project Management Institute's (PMI) Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK). Coursework will introduce you to human resource management, marketing, logistics, project management, and operations management. You will have the opportunity to gain skills in accounting, microeconomics, financial management, and research methods. In addition to general education courses, you will also study project scheduling and costs, project management for human resources, project risk management, contracts and procurement procedures, and organizational leadership. The program includes a project management capstone project.
You may wish to apply to the Bachelor of Science in Project Management program if you are interested in business and managing projects and teams. Applicants to all of Colorado Technical University's programs must have a high school diploma or equivalent; some programs have additional requirements.
The Bachelor of Science in Project Management program consists of 180 credits. It includes 64 general education credits, 84 core credits, and 32 concentration credits.
Project Management Course Requirements
|Course Code||Course Name|
|ACCT 201||Accounting I|
|ACCT 202||Accounting II|
|ACCT 203||Accounting III|
|BADM 150||Contemporary Business Trends|
|BADM 305||Organizational Behavior|
|BADM 350||International Business|
|BADM 360||Operations Management|
|BADM 410||Business Law I|
|BADM 440||Research Design Methods and Applications|
|FINC 400||Financial Management|
| World Cultures and Values|
World History and Culture II
|HRMT 210||Introduction to Human Resource Management|
|HRMT 440||Managing Organizational Change|
|MATH 476||Quantitative Decision Making|
|MGM 465||Business Strategy|
|MKTG 210||Introduction to Marketing|
|MPM 210||Introduction to Project Management|
|SCM 210||Introduction to Logistics/ Supply Chain Management|
|SOCL 101||Introduction to Sociology|
|MPM 434||Project Scheduling and Cost|
|MPM 468||HR Project Management|
| Project Management Tools|
|PM 344||Project Risk Management|
|PM 346||Contracts and Procurement|
|PM 357||Project Performance and Quality Assurance|
|PM 430||Project Management Capstone|
As a graduate of CTU's Bachelor of Science in Project Management program, you should have the organizational, risk, and financial management skills needed to pursue entry-level managerial positions in a broad range of businesses and industries. Examples of positions you could pursue include, but are not limited to:
After completing the Bachelor of Science in Project Management program at CTU, you could continue to develop your leadership and management skills by pursuing a master's degree. Earning a master's degree in a management-related field may help you prepare for more challenging career opportunities. Below are just some of the degrees you may wish to consider:
CTU does not guarantee employment or salary. University grants or scholarships are based on established criteria as published in the University's catalog and are awarded after verification that the conditions of eligibility have been met.