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Push your limits and soar with a project management degree

Do you like to manage people, workflows, costs and supplies but don’t like limiting yourself to a particular field? A project management degree may be the key to satisfying those needs and opening new career options for yourself.

Earn your project management degree online or on campus just one 5- or 6-week course at a time with a curriculum that’s designed and approved with input from high-ranking professionals who bring realistic cases and real experience to the classroom. You’ll have the opportunity to transfer previously earned business credits and have relevant work experience evaluated for potential credit. You can use the skills you learn from our on campus and online project management degree programs in a number of fields such as technology, finance, engineering, construction and others. Our Bachelor of Science in Business degree is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs, so you can feel confident knowing our curriculum is held to high standards.

When earning your project management degree online or on campus, you’ll learn effective communication, creative thinking, problem-solving and managing and inspiring innovation. These programs will help you apply quantitative and qualitative knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to manage projects in a wide range of fields and occupations. They often cover instruction in project planning, risk management, cost and time management, contracts and procurement, accounting, statistics, decision making, and human resources. You’ll be able to improve project quality through contingency plans and reporting; manage stakeholders and lead change during project execution; prevent, minimize and respond to risk while meeting standards; and budget and schedule expectations for project completion. You’ll inspire and manage innovation and apply professional skills and knowledge in this leadership-centric program. Your advisors, instructors and mentors will help you through every step of your journey to graduation.



We offer one project management program:




Bachelor of Science in Business with Project Management Certificate:

You’ll earn your project management degree online or on campus in this Bachelor of Science in Business, but with an additional focus on project management. The program is aimed toward helping you gain the required skills to manage people, processes and industries. The business portion of the program:

  • Helps you align organizational goals with core business principles
  • Teaches you to manage cross-functional relationships
  • Operate a team or a business in an environment that’s constantly changing



Why Phoenix?

You’ll gain many valuable skills from earning a project management degree online or on campus in the School of Business at University of Phoenix. You’ll gain basic skills such as accounting, human resources, operations and organizational structure. You’ll also learn forecasting, planning, and analysis of timelines, budgets and project costs. Instructors average nearly 10 years of teaching experience at University of Phoenix and more than 23 years in real world experience. You’ll get the assistance you need from instructors in small classes that average fewer than 15 students.

One Course at a Time
When earning your degree, you’ll get to take just one 5- or 6-week course at a time, so you can focus on mastering one subject before moving on to another.
Transfer Credits
Returning to college or already have relevant work experience? Save time and money by transferring eligible credits and applying them toward your degree.
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While widely available, not all programs are available in all locations or in both online and on-campus formats. Please check with a University Enrollment Representative.