Project Management BS

Turn Your Two-Year Building Trades Degree Into a Project Management BS

You work hard and deserve a promotion. You want to explore new career opportunities, but without a bachelor’s degree, you are stuck in your current job. A bachelor’s degree in Project Management (Construction & Facilities Management) can help you reach your career and personal goals. Since our Project Management degree is 100% online, you can continue working and taking care of your family while you attend class.  It is built for those of you working in the construction industry.  Questions?  Visit with a Transfer Team member.

Have a two-year degree (AAS) in one of the following programs?  You can earn a Project Management B.S. (Construction & Facilities Management Emphasis) in approximately two years.
Carpentry Plumbing and Heating Construction Management Architectural Technology
Electrical Construction (Electrician) HVAC/Mechanical Systems Cement Masons/Concrete Technology Civil Engineering
Residential Remodeling & Design Building & Construction Cabinet Making (Other Building Trades AAS with approval)
We apply your two-year degree toward a bachelor’s degree in Project Management so you can finish quickly

WHY BSU’s Project Management (Construction & Facilities Management Emphasis)                                        

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      • We apply your construction-related Associate degree toward a Project Management B.S.
      • 100% online program built for working individuals
      • Job Outlook: 11% Growth from 2020-2030
      • Construction Managers are in high demand…50,000+ Needed in the U.S.
      • In-state tuition for everyone
      • Finish your bachelor’s degree in as little as two years
      • Faculty willing to share their extensive knowledge in project management
      • You will gain knowledge and skills you can take to the job-site
      • Flexible program… take one course at a time or go full-time
      • Take your first step toward a career in management…set your toolbelt aside


Program Highlights

A bachelor’s degree in Project Management (Construction and Facilities Management emphasis) prepares you for a career in construction management or project management. The skills and knowledge acquired in this program will build upon your technical knowledge to make you a better manager.  We will help you stay on-budget and on-time while effectively leading your team.

You will take the following courses:

You will also need to complete your Liberal Education.  See your transfer advisor for details about the number of credits you will need as well as options to complete these credits.

Program Entry Requirements:

  1. You need an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree from an institutionally accredited college in the building trades similar to those listed in the table above.  This is a two-year degree in most cases.
  2. The AAS must have been earned within the last ten years (or longer with faculty approval).
  3. At least 32 credits from the AAS must be technical in nature and in the building trades.
  4. The AAS must be at least 60 credits with at least 15 of those credits satisfying the university’s liberal education requirements.  Students need to have completed courses in blueprint reading as well as bidding and estimating.
  5. Students who have not completed 15 liberal education credits, may take those credits through the college issuing their associate degree, Bemidji State University, or any Minnesota State College.
  6. If you have a diploma in the building trades, we may be able to help you meet the minimum requirements for the program.  Please talk to one of our Transfer Team members.

If you have any questions regarding program eligibility, please reach out to one of our Transfer Team members and we can answer your questions.  You can also call the Center for Extended Learning at (218) 755-2068






Your Next Steps

  1. Apply to Bemidji State University
  2. Send us your transcripts
  3. Apply for Financial Aid
  4. Visit a Transfer Team member
  5. Register for classes


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