Be an agent for change
Projects are vehicles for change. Organisations are increasingly becoming project-orientated and are seeking creative ‘can-do’ graduates with skills in communication, leadership, team management, change management, and process improvement. Our Bachelor of Project Management provides graduates who can find work in any industry sector, and for the first time in Queensland (Australia) provides a direct career path from school to professional certification as a project manager.
While most project management degrees worldwide are offered at the postgraduate level, there is now evidence that undergraduate study options are viable and provide a direct career path to the discipline for school leavers. In today’s competitive environment, organisations are increasingly becoming result-oriented and are improving their working environment and culture. They encourage employees to learn from their experiences and share them through a corporate knowledge base so that others can benefit from their lessons learned. These are the characteristics of a projectised organisation, which means there is a strong tendency to manage via projects rather than functional departments.
To be successful, a projectised organisation has to be dynamic and adaptive and integrate business and project management skills. The design of an undergraduate degree provides more space to explore the role of the project manager in modern projectised environments across all industries. Our Bachelor of Project Management focuses on projectised decision-making. The foundation subjects in Year 1 are designed to enable projectised thinking to organisational practice in Year 2.
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About the program
The Bachelor of Project Management concerns projectised decision-making applicable to a wide range of different industry sectors. It builds on three foundation semesters comprising business acumen, project framework, process analysis and core skill development before three further practice semesters comprising technical, tactical and strategic decision-making. Show more
The Bachelor of Project Management concerns projectised decision-making applicable to a wide range of different industry sectors. It builds on three foundation semesters comprising business acumen, project framework, process analysis and core skill development before three further practice semesters comprising technical, tactical and strategic decision-making. The program includes comprehensive coverage of project schedule, cost, resource, scope, quality, procurement, communications, risk and stakeholder management, two elective choices and concludes with a capstone subject on project integration management. There is an organisational change focus in the curriculum’s design. The program’s curriculum is purposely built around the PMBOK® Guide, which is the international standard for the project management discipline. Show less
|Duration||6 semesters (2 years)|
|Program type||Bachelors Degree|
|Study area||Architecture and Built Environment|
|Credit for prior study||For more details on applying for credit, please contact the Student Business Centre: [email protected]|
The Bachelor of Project Management is generic and hence applicable to working in a projectised organisation at a graduate entry level across a wide range of industry sectors. It supports optional discipline specialisation at postgraduate level, including part-time study options while working full-time. Technical, tactical and strategic decision-making skills are taught in the context of the PMI PMBOK® Guide, which is the international standard for project management practice.
Project management is a global profession, with over 750,000 certified practitioners in PMI alone. More than ever project managers are necessary in almost every sector of business, from construction, property and information technology to government, healthcare and mining sectors to name a few. Upon completion of the Bachelor of Project Management you will have the skills most needed to keep up with trends, lead a team and problem solve in today’s digital era.
As at 20 August 2019 (10:00am AEST), a search of available full-time jobs for ‘project manager’ in Australia via seek.com.au retrieved 26,837 results, with 58.8% paying salaries in excess of A$100,000. Run your own test and see the diverse range of career opportunities that await you. Popular start-up roles for Bond graduates are junior/assistant project manager, trainee program manager, project coordinator, and project administrator. Career progression includes project manager, project innovator, program manager, business analyst, design thinker, change-agent, entrepreneur, Agile coach, and product manager.
This program is sequentially structured to prepare you with the necessary knowledge and expertise to continually develop and apply your skills in a variety of contexts.
Core University Subjects (3)
Foundation Subjects (19)
- Business Law
- Sustainable Development and Society
- Managing Projects
- Accounting for Decision Making
- Process Reengineering
- Socialising Process Change
- Responsible and Sustainable Business
- Professional Practice and Standards
- Building Digital Literacy and Fluency
- Project Scope Management
- Project Quality Management
- Project Procurement Management
- Project Communications Management
- Project Risk Management
- Project Stakeholder Management
- Project Schedule Management
- Project Cost Management
- Project Resource Management
- Project Integration Management
General Electives (2)
Students must choose two (2) electives from the list of available undergraduate subjects from across the University.
The below fees are based on an average per semester cost, fees may vary based on which subjects are selected and the number of subjects enrolled in for each semester:
- 2020 fees: $20,040 per semester (based on 4 subjects per semester)
- 2021 fees: $21,040 per semester (based on 4 subjects per semester)
When considering the fees associated with your studies, keep in mind that Bond’s accelerated schedule means you can finish your degree sooner and be out in the workforce up to a year earlier than if you went to another university.
This time saving also represents a substantial reduction in accommodation and living costs, plus a full year of extra earnings.
International Secondary School students
For more information for International Students, including the International Baccalaureate, please go to the International Secondary School equivalency page.
Alternative entry pathways
For those applicants who do not currently have the required academic qualifications, there are a number of alternative entry pathways:
- Bond University Tertiary Preparation programs
- Bond University Diploma programs
- Other institutional Tertiary Preparation Programs
- Vocational education and training qualifications (Certificate IV and above)
- Prior higher education experience (at this university or another)
- Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT)
- Professional or para-professional qualifications/experience
- Employment experience verified by a statement of service from the employer stating the position title and length of service and a very brief statement on the tasks undertaken.
For more information on what is required please visit our how to apply page.
English language proficiency requirements
As tuition is delivered in English, all students will be required to provide documented evidence of the required level of proficiency in the English language. Read more detailed information on English language proficiency requirements for university study.
Credit for prior study
Subject credits may be awarded for previous studies. To apply for credits, you will need to submit academic transcripts including detailed subject outlines/course descriptions for each relevant subject and/or certified copies of testamurs to the Office of Future Students. Please refer to how to apply for credit for more information