Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration Project Management | Saint Leo University
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B.A. in Business Administration - Project Management (Concentration)

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Program Description

The online Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration degree is designed for students looking to serve in any type of global organization. Students must choose at least one concentration and can select a maximum of two.

Project management is the planning, organization and management of resources to complete a project in the established time frame. This project management concentration will prepare you to step into any office equipped with the tools to lead on projects. Our online project management students develop an understanding of contracts, procurement, cost-effective decision making, supply chain management, conflict resolution, and human performance in a team environment. Graduates can work in various industries such as construction, tourism, and  product development. Our online project management course allows students to get a first-hand look at how to manage and negotiate expectations of internal and external stakeholders.

Students must successfully complete 120 credits to graduate from this program. The credit requirements are distributed in 4 types of study areas *

  • Common Body of Knowledge Subjects (36 credits)
  • University Exploration Subjects (42 credits)
  • Disciplinary Subjects (24 credits)
  • General Electives - Complete enough general elective credit hours to meet the total hours required to earn the degree.

*Students who have already completed subjects at the undergraduate level may be eligible to receive up to 90 credits in recognition of their previous studies. Click here or contact an admissions advisor at for more information on the requirements and the credit recognition process. 

What subjects Can I Take?

Please refer to the Academic Catalog (link below) for the most up-to-date information on subjects. Subjects can include:

● MGT 309 - Intro to Logistics Management 3 credits (1 subject)
● MGT 312 - Intro Project Management 3 credits (1 subject)
● MGT 315 - Project Risk Management 3 credits (1 subject)
● MGT 322 - Project Teamwork & Leadership 3 credits (1 subject)
● MGT 377 - Procurement, Purchasing & Vendor Management 3 credits (1 subject)
● MGT 410 - Quality Improvement & Management 3 credits (1 subject)
● MGT 422 - Project Management Implementation 3 credits (1 subject)
● MGT 495 - Project Management Applications 3 credits (1 subject)

What Can I Do With a Degree in Project Management?

The undergraduate program in business administration helps prepare graduates for a wide variety of entry-level positions in business, government, and non-profit organizations. The project management specialization prepares graduates for career paths such as:
● IT Project Manager
● Construction Project Manager
● Project Analyst
● Software Release Manager
● Program Director

Academic Catalog

Academic Catalog
The university catalog details the curriculum, as well as the academic policies and procedures developed over many years to ensure that our programs meet standards of quality, fairness, and integrity. In doing so, we ensure that you obtain a degree that meets the highest standards of academic excellence.



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Saint Leo University is accredited in the U.S.
Saint Leo University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award associate, bachelor’s, master’s, specialist, and doctoral degrees.

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Saint Leo University has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the Accreditation Council for Business Schools & Programs (ACBSP).
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