• Project Management

    Associate of Applied Science Degree

    Upon completion of the two-year Project Management Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree program, students with appropriate work experience are qualified to sit for the national certification examination in project management and to earn the PMP professional designation.

    PROGRAM OUTCOMES

    Upon successful completion of this program, students should be able to:

    • identify project management’s five process group along with primary activities associate with each,
    • successfully employ common project management tools, such as a work breakdown structure, network diagram, risk assessment, and earned value management,
    • demonstrate effective interpersonal communications, especially meeting and stakeholder management,
    • list and explain key motivational, influence, and conflict management techniques,
    • deliver persuasive and informative presentations,
    • employ common software tools for project management,
    • analyze scenarios to determine appropriate responses to ethical dilemmas within the context of a defined scenario, plan, execute, control, and close a project;
    • demonstrate appropriate written communication–emails, memos, and reports;
    • develop and maintain budgets to track financial and human resources,
    • manage a project from initiation through closing, ensuring that stakeholder requirements have been met.

    CAREERS

    Careers include project and program management, project portfolio management, and project administration. Potential job titles include project manager, program manager, project scheduler, cost estimator, project portfolio manager, project administrator, project leader, project office manager/director, procurement planner/analyst, procurement assistant, project assistant, and project coordinator.

    For more information contact Bill Waters, 503-594-3079 or billw@clackamas.edu

    PROJECT MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE DEGREE: 1ST YEAR

    FALL TERM Credits

    BA-120 Project Management Fundamentals 3

    BA-122 Teamwork 3

    BA-123 Leadership & Motivation 3

    BA-131 Introduction to Business Computing 4

    — — PE/Health/Safety/First Aid requirement 1

    WINTER TERM Credits

    BA-111 General Accounting

    or BA-211 Financial Accounting I 4

    BA-125 Advanced Project Management Tools 5

    BT-177 Microsoft Project 3

    WR-121 English Composition 4

    SPRING TERM Credits

    BA-101 Introduction to Business 4

    BA-124 Negotiation 3

    BA-126 Project Management Workshop 3

    BA-217 Budgeting for Managers 3

    CS-135S Microsoft Excel or any BA/BT course not already used in Project Management program 3

    PROJECT MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE DEGREE: 2nd YEAR

    FALL TERM Credits

    BA-205 Business Communications with Technology 4

    BA-223 Principles of Marketing 4

    BA-285 Human Relations in Business 4

    MTH-065 Algebra II 4

    WINTER TERM Credits

    BA-206 Management Fundamentals 4

    BA-226 Business Law I 4

    COMM-111 Public Speaking 4

    — — Any BA/BT course not already used in Project Management Program 3

    SPRING TERM Credits

    BA-225 Business Report Writing

    or WR-227 Technical Report Writing 3-4

    BA-268 Applied Project Demonstration 3

    BA-280 Business/CWE 3

    — — Any BA/BT course not already used in Project Management program 4

    Credits required for degree 90-91

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