The Project Management degree prepares graduates for planning and managing resources under the constraints of scope, cost and time to successfully achieve a specific, unique objective.
This program addresses the tools, skills and knowledge necessary to initiate, plan, implement and evaluate projects to deliver solutions. Program disciplines include: safety and risk management, leadership, quality assurance, technical sales, training, sustainability, engineering economics and cost analysis.
Project Management majors have the option to select from three distinct technology-related emphases: Construction and Facility Management, Product Development or Operations Management.
“NOTE – The Project Management Degree and Project Management Minor require students to be on-campus to complete the course TADT 4893, Applied Project Management.”