B.S. in Project Management

Worldwide Embry-Riddle Masters Project Management

From developing transformative technologies to launching bold new products, companies in every industry need projects delivered on time and on budget with minimal friction. Project managers have the opportunity to work on leading-edge ventures in fields of their choice. And the need for the expertise of these project leaders is only growing.

As one of the few undergraduate degree programs in this dynamic field, the Embry-Riddle Bachelor of Science in Project Management (BSPM) will help you master the skills to lead the new projects and strategic initiatives that keep companies ahead of the curve. The project management curriculum was developed entirely by certified PMPs®, industry leaders who possess the recognized global standard for project management knowledge and experience issued by the Project Management Institute® (PMI) – the worldwide leader in the development of standards for the dynamic profession of Project Management.

BSPM graduates will be equipped to manage, drive and execute on vital projects required by companies today and in the future. They will also be prepared to pursue certification or continue on with higher education.

Project Management students who wish to continue on to a master's degree may enroll in courses in the 4+1 option outlined in this program.

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

General Education

General Education
Embry-Riddle courses in the general education categories of Communication Theory and Skills, Humanities, and Social Sciences may be chosen from the list below, assuming prerequisite requirements are met. Courses from other institutions are acceptable if they fall into these broad categories and are at the level specified.
Communication Theory and Skills
ENGL 123English Composition3
Speech/English6
Humanities*
HUMN 330Values and Ethics3
Humanities elective (lower or upper level)3
Social Sciences
ECON 210Microeconomics3
ECON 211Macroeconomics3
Physical and Life Science lower-level elective
Physics/Biology/Meteorology/Chemistry, etc.6
Mathematics
MATH 111College Mathematics for Aviation I3
MATH 112College Mathematics for Aviation II3
or MATH 320 Decision Mathematics
Computer Science
CSCI 109Introduction to Computers and Applications3
Total Credits36

Core/Major

Common Business Core
MATH 211Statistics with Aviation Applications3
or MATH 222 Business Statistics
MGMT 201Principles of Management3
MGMT 221Introduction to Management Information Systems3
MGMT 311Marketing3
MGMT 312Managerial Accounting3
MGMT 314Human Resource Management3
MGMT 332Corporate Finance I3
MGMT 371Leadership3
MGMT 390Business Law3
MGMT 436Strategic Management3
RSCH 202Introduction to Research Methods3
Total Credits33
Project Management Core
MGMT 391Introduction to Project Management3
MGMT 424Project Management in Aviation Operations3
MGMT 427Management of the Multicultural Workforce3
MGMT 461Global Project Management3
MGMT 462Project Management Advanced Concepts3
Total Credits15

Project Management Core 4+1 Option

Project Management Core 4+1 Option
MGMT 391Introduction to Project Management3
MGMT 427Management of the Multicultural Workforce3
PMGT 501Fundamentals of Project Management3
PMGT 502Effective Communications for Managing Projects3
PMGT 611Anatomy of Project Organizations3
Total Credits15

Electives

COB Minor-or-Electives15
College of Business (COB) minor or COB elective 200-300-400 level courses.
Open Electives21
Total Degree Requirements120

BSPM-MSPM 4+1 Program

Students who are accepted in the 4 + 1 program, spend three academic years in undergraduate-level study and then, during their senior year, will take up to three graduate-level courses that will meet the undergraduate 400 level elective and graduate program core  requirements (when a B grade or better is achieved). Upon completion of the BSPM  requirements, students will  be enrolled in graduate school and can complete their degree in one year.  In any graduate course taken by an undergraduate student, a grade  of B or better must be earned. If a grade  of C or F is earned in any of the courses taken in lieu  of 400 level elective credits, the student will be removed from the program and may continue to complete the BSPM  degree only. Students will use the virtual forms application site to work through the application, recommendation, and approval process.

Footnotes:
* Minnesota student residents refer to State of Minnesota Course Requirement statement for Humanities requirements.