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Create IT solutions to solve organizational problems and use IT tools to help make decisions along the way.
Collaborate with your colleagues using IT tools and contribute to the management of project time and costs.
Participate in the definition and monitoring of project quality and help plan the implementation with the project team.
Communicate effectively in business environments and coordinate with all stakeholders.
Assist in the management of a project’s wins and risks.
Understand ethical, legal, and policy issues associated with IT.
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Learn CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+, CompTIA Security+, CompTIA Project+ PMI-CAPM+ exam info—and receive vouchers for free exams.*
Get hands-on experience with industry tools through virtual labs, interactive simulations, and innovative resources.
Students will have unlimited access to Skillsoft, a comprehensive eLearning resource to help develop IT and business knowledge and skills.
*GuidedPath students only.
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Our online IT project management bachelor's degree integrates practice and theory while focusing on the basics of project management and the knowledge areas of practice: resource allocation, risk assessment, and stakeholder management.
Principles of Project Management
In this course, learners are introduced to the fundamental basics of project management and gain a broad overview of project management standards and their applicability to both business and IT projects. This course emphasizes management theories, concepts, tools and techniques defined by the Project Management Institute (PMI®) including the Process Groups and Knowledge Areas. This course also introduces other project management methodologies and frameworks, including Agile (Scrum, Lean, DSDM and XP), PRINCE2®, Waterfall, and Six Sigma. Finally, learners study project politics and ethics, collaboration and team building, and leadership.
|3 quarter credits|
Scheduling, Cost, and Quality Management
This course focuses on project scheduling and cost and quality management in a business or information technology (IT) project context. Learners study project scheduling, costs and quality management processes, including quality planning, quality assurance, and quality control. Learners also monitor project results to evaluate compliance with schedule, costs and quality standards and gain an understanding of the steps involved in planning, performing, and controlling a business or IT project. Learners are introduced to a variety of scheduling, cost and quality tools that can be used independently or conjunctively. Finally, learners explore project management software to help in developing a project schedule. Prerequisite(s): PM4010.
|6 quarter credits|
Communication and Stakeholder Management
Learners in this course focus on project communication and stakeholder management knowledge areas. Learners cover the processes, tools, and techniques used to manage project communications and stakeholders across project management process groups and emphasize executive project sponsorship as a strategic tool for project success. Learners also acquire skills in strategic business management and leadership: customer relationship and satisfaction, operational functions, conflict management, negotiation, listening, problem solving, and team building. Prerequisite(s): PM4010.
|6 quarter credits|
Risk Management in Project Management
Learners in this course focus on project risk management and examine the processes, tools and techniques used to identify, analyze, prioritize, respond, and control risk on a project. This course emphasizes building a risk management process that can be standardized. Learners also acquire and demonstrate business management and leadership skills such as planning, environmental awareness and conditions, benefits management, brainstorming, listening, negotiation, problem solving, and team building. Prerequisite(s): PM4010.
|6 quarter credits|
Agile Project Management
This course introduces the concepts of Agile Project Management (APM). Learners gain an understanding of APM’s objectives, which are, in part, to deliver customer value earlier in repeated iterations, adapt to changes in a more flexible and timely manner to ultimately gain a result of higher customer satisfaction, and increased team morale, collaboration, and ownership. Learners apply their skills and knowledge to a scenario that requires the development of an APM-based project plan. Prerequisite(s): PM4010.
|6 quarter credits|
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Bring more than just management and business or information technology know-how to the table.
Here are just some of the career options you could explore with our online BS in Information Technology, IT Project Management degree.
*These are examples intended to serve as a general guide. Some positions may prefer or even require previous experience, licensure, certifications, and/or other designations along with a degree. Because many factors determine what position an individual may attain, Capella cannot guarantee that a graduate will secure any specific job title, a promotion, salary increase, or other career outcome. We encourage you to research requirements for your job target and career goals.
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