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Bachelor of Project Management

What can you do with your degree?

Project management is a global profession, with over one million certified practitioners in PMI alone. More than ever, project managers are necessary in almost every sector of business. With specialist skills in problem-solving, team leadership, change management, stakeholder communication and risk management, you could find work in the government, community or private sectors in industries including but not limited to sectors like construction, business, engineering, manufacturing, mining, healthcare, property development, information technology, and disaster management.


Project manager

Manage project scope, schedules, budgets, resources, risks, procurement, communications, stakeholder relations, and project integration management to deliver successful projects. Seek (2021) projects 6.1 per cent job growth in the next 5 years with median salary of between $120k and $200k.

Portfolio manager

The portfolio manager works closely with the firm’s Project Management Office (PMO) – meeting regularly with the manager of the PMO and assisting with governance of firm’s overall project portfolio. The Portfolio Manager interacts with firm administration and leadership to identify potential projects that best align with the strategic priorities of the firm. Portfolio Manager roles in Australia were typically advertised between $110k and $180k over the last 3 months according to Seek (2021).

Program manager

Responsible for planning, governance and overseeing the successful delivery of projects. The program manager normally has practical experience of having been a project manager for large and complex initiatives. Projected 10 per cent job growth in the next 5 years and median salary of between $110 and$150k according to Seek (2021).

Professional accreditation

Professional accreditation

Bond's Bachelor of Project Management is internationally accredited by the Project Management Institute (PMI), the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), and nationally accredited by the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM).

Program learning outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes provide a broad and measurable set of standards that incorporate a range of knowledge, skills and abilities that will be achieved on completion of the program. These outcomes will help you determine whether this program aligns with your professional pathway, career and learning goals.

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Why the world needs more project managers

By 2027, the world will need 88.7 million project managers.

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How you can further develop your skills

A foundation in project management gives you a strong skillset which can be combined with postgraduate studies in a broad range of disciplines. The course is particularly tailored to our new Master of Project Innovation degree (recommended option).  

 Bond’s Faculty of Society & Design offers an articulated postgraduate pathway into the following programs.