Project Management Program
Learn to lead and manage professional projects!
Columbia Basin College’s Project Management program incorporates a hands-on practical application approach and uses experienced project management practitioner perspectives in the development and execution of the program. The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree in Project Management is accredited by the Project Management Institute (PMI) Global Accreditation Center for Project Management Education Programs (GAC).
Degrees and Certificates Offered:
- One-year Project Management Certificate
- Two-year Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Project Management degree
- Internationally accredited Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Project Management degree, with optional concentration in Construction.
You'll gain knowledge in:
- Monitoring, control and closure
- Procurements and contracts
- Managing human resources
- Risk management
- Scheduling software applications
Curriculum design and scheduling allows new students to begin their studies during any quarter. All students begin the Project Management program by taking the Introduction to Project Management course, regardless of prior higher education experience. The introduction to Project Management has no prerequisite and is offered each quarter. The project management core courses are offered in sequences to permit coursework progression each quarter. A year-long course schedule helps with course planning.
"I chose to earn my Project Management degree at CBC because it provided a local opportunity that was also affordable. It allowed me to work while going to college and to pay my way through school and graduate without any student loan debt. My degree from CBC has helped me be successful in my current position by giving me a well-rounded education and foundation to identify problems within any organization, bring about solutions and improve efficiency."