Jones International University

BBA in Project Management

Mastering the project. Today’s competitive global marketplace requires advanced business knowledge, making an advanced degree a must-have for those seeking key management and leadership roles. Pairing this core competency with the highly valued skills of project management makes for an unstoppable combination. The Project Management Institute ® (PMI®) has designated JIU as a Global Registered Education Provider (Global R.E.P.).   PMI is a registered mark of Project Management Institute, Inc.

This bachelor degree specialization uses 4 specialization courses from the MBA program, giving the student a head-start on their master’s degree.

Degree Learning Objectives:

  • Examine the context of projects and differentiate between projects and operations
  • Master project life cycles
  • Plan for resources, costs, budgets, risk assessments and staffing requirements
  • Develop timelines, conduct evaluations and measure overall strategic impacts for projects
  • Develop foundational business knowledge and skills through the core courses

Who should enroll:

This degree is ideal for business professionals interested in project management who are seeking a quality degree program. Students include senior project managers, product and/or service directors and coordinators, key account managers, and IT professionals, among others. These courses may also be used by existing PMP® certificant(s) for professional development purposes and each course is worth 45 PDUs towards PMP® Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR).  PMP® is a registered mark of Project Management Institute, Inc.

This ABM in Project Management is for exceptional students who wish to pursue both a bachelor’s and master’s degree.  Students who apply to this BBA degree program are automatically admitted into either the MBA or MABC program upon completion of the bachelor’s degree.

 

Note: JIU also offers a project management specialization within the Master of Arts in Business Communication degree program. If you are interested in studying project management from a business process/communications perspective, you may want to consider this option after completing the BBA.

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