Online Project Management Bachelor’s Degree
According to the Project Management Institute (PMI), organizations and companies across sectors and geographic borders steadily embrace project management. As a growing profession, project management is on track to gain nearly 2.2 million new jobs globally each year through 2027.
Driven by globalization, evolving technology and rapid automation of work processes, all types of organizations are placing growing emphasis on project-based planning, development and even operations, to gain a competitive advantage.
As you complete your project management bachelor’s degree online with KU, you will be able to partner the project management foundation with additional areas of interest to tailor your education to your desired career path such as:
- Information technology management
- Construction management
- Healthcare management
- Advertising and marketing
- Public administration
What jobs can I get with an online project management bachelor’s degree?
The global economy has become more project-oriented, as the practice of project management expands within industries that were traditionally less project-oriented, such as health care, publishing and professional services. As a result of this shift, employers will need 87.7 million individuals working in project management-oriented roles by 2027.
Is an online project management bachelor’s degree right for you?
KU’s online Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Applied Science in Project Management are degree-completion programs that provide those hoping to enter project management professions the opportunity to strengthen their background in content related to their anticipated profession. In these programs, you will learn how theory and practice work together to solve real-world problems in a variety of fields.
Interested in learning about KU's online master's program in project management? Visit this page to learn more.
What online project management undergraduate programs are available?
Online undergraduate project management degree-completion programs include a Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Applied Science and minor options. See the choices below and download the program guide for more information on curriculum, career paths, admissions information, tuition and more.
KU’s online Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Applied Science in Project Management programs consist of 120 credit hours.
- Fully online courses available
- Interdisciplinary skillset
- Electives allow students to tailor their degree to their interests
- Credentialed, experienced faculty
- Globally recognized academics
- KU is one of 38 public university members of the prestigious Association of American Universities, a group of America's leading research universities
- Learn it today, use it tomorrow
- Courses address technical skills and career development
- Courses apply to a variety of in-demand careers