B.B.A. Project Management


Why study Project Management?
We’re proud to offer one of the only college degree programs focused specifically on Project Management in the US.

What is it?
Project management is the process of leading the work of a team to achieve goals and meet success criteria at a specified time within the given constraints. The B.B.A. Project Management concentration is intended to provide students with key skills for project managers creating students who are able to take on a variety of project and program management tasks within an organization. By the end of their major students will be ready and confident to undertake the PMI Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) certification.

Why is it practical?
The objective of the program is help grads start a project management role upon completion with minimal onboarding. The median salary for Project Managers is $112,000.

Why is it unique or exciting?
Project Management might sound like a basic skill, but it is one of the biggest skills gaps in the country right now and needed in almost every industry. According to a recent study, employers will need to fill an average of 2.2 million new project-oriented roles each year through 2027.


Needed skills
Project Managers are in high demand, but very few new graduates possess the necessary skills to do the job. You will.


A good Project Manager knows a little about a lot. Learn strategy, programming, leadership, business theory and more—and learn how to bring it all together.

Facts Breakdown

Median Annual Salary
for Project Managers

Job growth in the project
labor force is projected
between 2020 and 2027.

88 Million
Individuals will
work in project
roles by 2027.

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Business Core Courses
Item #TitleCredits
ACCT 211Accounting Principles 13
ACCT 212Accounting Principles 23
BAUD 202    Introduction to Contemporary Business3
BAUD 211Profiles of Entrepreneurship3
BAUD 270Management Information Systems3
BAUD 301Principles of Management3
BAUD 311Business Law3
BAUD 460Ethics and Business Social Responsibility3
 BAUD 466 or ECON 4013
BAUD 472Business Policies and Strategies3
ECON 211Macroeconomics3
ECON 212Microeconomics3
FNCE 321Business Finance3
IBUS 319International Business3
MKTG 343Principles of Marketing3
 Sub-Total Credits45


Project Management Courses
Item #TitleCredits
CSIS 110Principles of Computer Programming I3
CSIS 111Principles of Computer Programming II3
BUAD 280   Introduction to Project Management3
BUAD 281Project Planning3
BUAD 380Project Execution3
BUAD 421Advanced Project Management3
 Sub-Total Credits18


Cognate Requirements
**BUAD 317 or COMM 113 may be taken as an alternative to COMM 111 and also fulfill the communication competency requirement.
Item #TitleCredits
COMM 111Speech3
CSIS 106 Comprehensive Spreadsheets3
MATH 141     Introduction to Probability and Statistics3
 Sub-Total Credits9
 Total Credits72


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Bring ideas to life.

Company leadership has a vision, and the people executing on that vision have the skills to build something great. The Project Manager is the central figure who brings it all together. Turn ideas into strategy, and strategy into concrete goals and milestones to help your team reach the finish line.

Faculty Profiles

Aaron Moses, PhD

Department of Business Administration
AdventHealth Endowed Chair of Business Administrat

Satyanarayana Ramella, PhD

Department of Business & Financial Services
Assistant Vice President

Chanda Santo, MBA

Department of Business Administration
Assistant Professor