Project Management Bachelor's Degree Concentration

Earn Your Undergraduate Degree Through a Project Management Major

Project Management Bachelors Degree Concentration

Project Management Bachelor’s degrees are becoming increasingly in demand in nearly every industry. If you're looking to continue your education online through a distance learning program and are interested in a career managing projects and project teams across a variety of industries, the Project Management Liberal Studies Bachelor’s degree program can help you achieve success by focusing on developing skills essential for today's workplace with the integration of organizational administration and team management skills.

Students who obtain their bachelor’s degree either online or on-campus through the Liberal Studies undergraduate program in our school for the Project Management degree concentration will learn the ins and outs of managing tasks throughout a project – from conception to completion. Tasks may include defining goals, creating and maintaining schedules, establishing and monitoring budgets, delegating tasks to other team members, monitoring project process, and wrapping up tasks on time.

By providing both online and on-campus programs and course work, the Liberal Studies Project Management Bachelor’s degree program allows nontraditional and transfer students to further their education and finish or complete their bachelor’s degree in a way that is both convenient and comprehensive.  

On-campus and Online Project Management Courses

  • Economics of Social Issues – An economic analysis of current topics, theories and public policies.
  • Introduction to Human Resources – A Project Management concentration course geared toward an understanding of basic Human Resource including responsibilities, objectives and managing change within the workplace.
  • Legal Issues in Organization – A Project Management course designed to provide students with the knowledge of legal principles within an organization or business.
  • Project Management – A course design to provide students with an understanding of the lifecycle of a project from concept to completion as well as manage obstacles along the way.

Marist College is located in New York. At Marist, we offer many fields of study both online and through on-location courses at our Poughkeepsie, NY campus.

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