Project management has become an increasingly common career choice in recent years. As an integral part of organizations, project managers should continue to see an array of work opportunities across project-intensive industries such as: manufacturing; finance and insurance; information services; business services; oil and gas; construction; and utilities.
What You'll Learn
In our Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration with a Concentration in Project Management program, offered 100% online, you will focus on skills related to planning, executing and supporting a wide range of projects. You will also explore how to build and manage teams, minimize project costs and incorporate research into your work. The Project Management concentration focuses on real-world principles, tools and techniques.
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New England College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc. (NEASC), the nation’s oldest accrediting association, through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education.
Project managers are critical thinkers and effective communicators who specialize in resource management, process improvement, project scope analysis, statistics, finance and data-driven decision making. Here are some careers to consider with a BA in Business Administration with a Concentration in Project Management:
- Project Manager
- Team Leader
- Program Manager
- Project Planner
- Project Management Analyst
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