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Bachelor of Project Management

Program overview

Nations around the world have experienced a global pandemic and are trying to rebuild their economies with extra government stimulus. This process, which is expected to take many years, creates a once-in-a-generation opportunity for talented project and program managers to help their communities by successfully delivering innovative solutions for life in the ‘new normal’. Pre-pandemic, project management jobs were already abundant and well-paid. Post-pandemic, jobs are forecast to grow even more across all industry sectors and regions. 

This program enables you to manage projects and programs (or aligned groups of projects) within a portfolio and make decisions that lead to successful financial, social, ethical, and environmental outcomes. We adopt a hands-on approach using authentic case studies and evidence-based research. You can apply your new capabilities to any type of project in any industry sector. Our main objective is to teach you how to ‘make things happen’. This is the primary purpose of project management. 
 
Projects are vehicles of change and project managers are change agents. Whether you lead change related to initiatives for product creation, service provision or systems development, project managers set out to deliver outcomes that are on schedule, within budget, as specified and with no surprises. This is achieved through a mix of technical, tactical, and strategic decisions that maximise value and minimise unnecessary effort.
 
The Bachelor of Project Management is taught by an experienced team of industry professionals and research-informed educators using weekly interactive classes held over two years (six semesters) full time.

Program code: SD-90010

CRICOS code: 0101294

Program overview

Nations around the world have experienced a global pandemic and are trying to rebuild their economies with extra government stimulus. This process, which is expected to take many years, creates a once-in-a-generation opportunity for talented project and program managers to help their communities by successfully delivering innovative solutions for life in the ‘new normal’. Pre-pandemic, project management jobs were already abundant and well-paid. Post-pandemic, jobs are forecast to grow even more across all industry sectors and regions. 

This program enables you to manage projects and programs (or aligned groups of projects) within a portfolio and make decisions that lead to successful financial, social, ethical, and environmental outcomes. We adopt a hands-on approach using authentic case studies and evidence-based research. You can apply your new capabilities to any type of project in any industry sector. Our main objective is to teach you how to ‘make things happen’. This is the primary purpose of project management. 
 
Projects are vehicles of change and project managers are change agents. Whether you lead change related to initiatives for product creation, service provision or systems development, project managers set out to deliver outcomes that are on schedule, within budget, as specified and with no surprises. This is achieved through a mix of technical, tactical, and strategic decisions that maximise value and minimise unnecessary effort.
 
The Bachelor of Project Management is taught by an experienced team of industry professionals and research-informed educators using weekly interactive classes held over two years (six semesters) full time.

Program code: SD-90010

CRICOS code: 0101294

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About this 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. 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.

What you'll be studying

  • Year 1

    In your first year, you will focus on business acumen, project framework, process analysis and core skills development to cement the foundations of project management and university core subjects in critical thinking, team dynamics and ethical behaviour.

Program features

  • Gain transferable skills

    Project management is a global profession. Now 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.

  • Fundamental expertise

    Learn how to make decisions that lead to progressive project outcomes that are balanced and maximise benefits to a wide variety of stakeholders.

  • Learn by global standards

    The program’s curriculum is purposely built around international standards, hybrid ways of working, and the latest research across the project management discipline, placing you at the cutting edge of professional practice.

  • Adapt in a changing world

    Upon completion of the Bachelor of Project Management you will have the skills required to keep up with trends, lead a team and problem solve in today’s digital era. Optionally, articulate to our unique Master of Project Innovation to learn more about transformation and adaptive forms of change management.

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Hear from our Bondies

  • "Successful projects should aim to bring a positive collective utility to our society, even though there will always be winners and losers. For a project to be successful, it must show this consistently over time, for example reflecting good design, effective delivery and making a lasting contribution. Bond’s Bachelor of Project Management provides the ability for graduates to make change happen and realise benefits for society."

    Professor Craig Langston - Project Management Professor
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Hear from our Bondies

  • "Successful projects should aim to bring a positive collective utility to our society, even though there will always be winners and losers. For a project to be successful, it must show this consistently over time, for example reflecting good design, effective delivery and making a lasting contribution. Bond’s Bachelor of Project Management provides the ability for graduates to make change happen and realise benefits for society."

    Professor Craig Langston - Project Management Professor
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