BS in Project Managment
The Project Management curriculum is designed to provide a quality educational experience that prepares its graduates to successfully integrate their prior knowledge and experience in business management with sound business practices and project management skills. All business and management curricula at Bellevue University share the purpose of developing professionals who can apply business and project management tools to the full spectrum of business problems: Marketing, manufacturing, financial, healthcare, information technology and other business related areas.
The Project Management curriculum builds on business and management competence gained through an associate's degree or work experience. The Project Management cohort will guide students as project managers with the tools to develop and implement project management planning from the strategic and tactical levels. All aspects of the planning and decision-making process are analyzed with an emphasis in project management development processes including initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and closing.
Through the Project Management major, students acquire knowledge of business functions, values, decision-making abilities, and management skills that enable them to serve the Project Management needs of companies in their local community-and more broadly, to be successful managers in any organization.