The Bachelor of Project Management uses multidisciplinary theories and methods to investigate a particular project management phenomenon from a holistic viewpoint. The program covers the fundamentals of project management in an industry context, and will provide you with fundamental project management skills that can be applied across any industry.
Core subject areas include project management, stakeholder management, project finance, complex project coordination, analytics, statistics, risk management and organisational behaviour.
The Bachelor of Project Management has been accredited by the Project Management Institute Global Accreditation Center for Project Management Education Programs (GAC) and is endorsed by the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM).
To meet the requirements of the Bachelor of Project Management, a candidate must successfully complete 144 credit points, comprising:
The Bachelor of Project Management is offered as a combined degree with the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours).
For a standard enrolment plan for Bachelor of Project Management visit CUSP (https://cusp.sydney.edu.au).
On successful completion of the program students will be able to:
|No.||Course learning outcome||Graduate quality||Graduate quality||Graduate quality||Graduate quality|
|1||Demonstrate broad and coherent theoretical and technical understanding of the management of projects discipline||Depth of disciplinary expertise||Critical thinking and Problem solving|
|2||Select and apply approaches and methods to identify and deliver desired outcomes in predictable and unpredictable contexts.||Depth of disciplinary expertise||Critical thinking and Problem solving|
|3||Use analytical techniques and understanding of operational and strategic drivers to determine relevant concepts, consequences, and strategies.||Critical thinking and Problem solving||Inventiveness|
|4||Propose pathways through complex systems, maintaining balance between stakeholder perspectives and external factors||Depth of disciplinary expertise||Inventiveness||Integrated professional, ethical and personal identity|
|5||Apply awareness of sociocultural, economic and strategic factors that may promote or hinder effectiveness of people, procedures, or processes||Cultural competence||Interdisciplinary effectiveness||Influence|
|6||Engage others to set and realise objectives||Communication (oral and written)||Information and Digital literacy||Cultural competence|
|7||Coordinate complex professional and technical activities||Communication (oral and written)||Cultural competence||Interdisciplinary effectiveness||Integrated professional, ethical and personal identity|
|8||Use contextual- and self-awareness to guide and evaluate decision-making and actions for continuous growth and improvement||Cultural competence||Integrated professional, ethical and personal identity||Influence|