Bachelor of Science in Project Management


Program Details

The Bachelor of Science in Project Management program at City University of Seattle prepares students to become leaders in today's project-based business world. You'll learn what it takes to plan and execute a broad range of business projects utilizing strong business knowledge along with leadership and team-development skills.

True to our values of flexibility and real-world application, CityU of Seattle's project management degree program allows you to focus on information technology (IT) project management or create your own specialized course of study to fit your educational goals.

CityU is a Registered Education Provider with the Project Management Institute® (PMI), which means that your project management training counts as professional development units (PDU) for your Project Management Professional (PMP) certification.

Flexible, Online Learning Options

The Bachelor of Science in Project Management program is available completely online, which means you can use the tangible, practical skills you learn in class today in the real world tomorrow. We designed it to be as flexible as possible so you can incorporate project management elements into your degree plan regardless of your major. Contact our School of Management advisors to learn how you can become a project manager today.

Where CityU Can Take You

In today's business landscape, project management touches virtually every industry. Your undergraduate project management degree will equip you to become a project lead, project coordinator, program manager or business analyst in virtually any industry. Many of the following industries use project managers to structure and increase their productivity:
  • video games
  • online services
  • healthcare
  • government
  • manufacturing
  • education

Get Started Today!

If you have a high school diploma or equivalent, you can apply to get your project management degree online with CityU. You could have a bachelor's degree in just three years if you get in touch with our advisors to plan your future today.

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Lower-Division Requirements (90)

College Writing: 5
College Mathematics: 5
Humanities: 15
Social Sciences: 15
Natural Sciences/Mathematics: 15
Electives: 30
Required Lower Division Courses (5)
IS 201

Upper-Division Requirements (90)

Project Management Core (60)
BC 301
BC 302
BSC 407
PM 401
PM 404
PM 406
PM 408
PM 409
PM 410
PM 413
PM 414
PM 415
Capstone (5)
PM 480

Emphasis Requirements (25)

Information Technology Emphasis (25)
The Information Technology emphasis is designed for those students who are interested in learning more about how technology can be used in project management, and how to work effectively with technology organizations. This emphasis provides students with the broad technical basis needed to make management decisions related to technology.
IS 306
IS 330
IS 350
IS 450
IS 470
Specialized Study Emphasis (25)
The Specialized Study emphasis consists of five courses taken in a specific content area. Coursework may be completed through independent study, current course offerings, or developed for a specific industry or organizational setting. The Specialized Study emphasis is proposed by the student and approved by the Program Director/Sr. Faculty prior to registration. (Must be approved by Sr. Faculty.)