With today’s smaller budgets and tighter deadlines, project managers who can deliver the desired results on time and on budget are a valuable business resource. Develop the skills to effectively lead and manage complex information technology projects with this online Bachelor’s program in Project Management built around the competencies in “”A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge””(PMBOK® Guide), a globally recognized standard for project management. Because Capella is a Registered Education Provider of the Project Management Institute (PMI), you can earn your bachelor’s in project management and professional development units (PDUs) from PMI at the same time.
With your Bachelor’s in Project Management from Capella, you’ll learn to plan and Implement projects as part of a team, contribute to the management of project time and costs, and participate in the definition and monitoring of project quality.
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With Capella’s Combined Bachelor’s-to-Master’s degree options, you can start building for your future by completing master’s-level credit as your earn your bachelor degree. Combined degree options are designated bachelor’s and master’s degree programs, with a set of shared master’s-level courses applied to both degrees. This enables you to save significant time and money when combining the degree options.
Common jobs with an online Bachelor’s in Project Management include project coordinator, project lead or project manager. Potential workplaces include: corporation, government, insurance firm or technology firm.