Project Management

Ball State Online


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As a graduate of Ball State Online’s bachelor’s degree in logistics and supply chain management, you will be ready to work in areas such as marketing, sales, finance, operations, and customer service. Designers of the program did so with the help of business executives who knew the needs of the industry.

Core classes provide a foundation in logistics, science, technology, and management. You’ll apply classroom lectures to real-world projects for internships and capstone projects with industry leaders. These assignments are the only times you, as an online student, leave your laptop.

You’ll find careers such as:

  • Logistics and distribution manager ensures products are delivered to the right location on time and guide decisions about transportation and stock control.
  • Procurement manager oversees and coordinates procurement agents, buyers or purchasing agents while managing the company’s most complex purchases.
  • Inventory planner drafts effective inventory plans that detail quantity specifications about products and equipment.
  • Quality control analyst conducts scientific analyses to evaluate the quality of raw materials, in-process materials, and finished goods.
  • Transportation solutions analyst manages a portfolio of clients and projects to assess performance, project prioritization, and risk management.

Right now the need is for graduates who can make an immediate impact. Ball State’s program has a 100 percent job placement rate with positions that nationally average $100,000-plus.

Subjects

Advanced Project Management
Agile
Application Lifecycle Management
Basic Project Management
Best Practices
Budgeting and Forecasting
Business Analysis
Coaching
Communication
Conflict Management
Consulting Skills
Contracts and Vendor Management
Cultural Change Management
Estimating
Facilitation
Governance
Government
Leadership
Metrics
Negotiation
PMO
Portfolio Management
Problem Solving
Process Management
Program Management
Project Accounting
Quality Management
Requirements Management
Risk Management
Scheduling
Strategy
Team Building
Virtual Team Management

Focus/Goals

Certification: APMC (International Institute for Learning)
Certification: CAPM (Project Management Institute)
Certification: CBAP (International Institute of Business Analysis)
Certification: Certified Project Management Associate (International Project Management Association)
Certification: Certified Project Manager (International Project Management Association)
Certification: Certified Projects Director (International Project Management Association)
Certification: Certified SCRUM Master (The SCRUM Alliance)
Certification: Certified SCRUM Practitioner (The SCRUM Alliance)
Certification: Certified Senior Project Manager (International Project Management Association)
Certification: CPM (Intl. Association of Project & Program Mgmt)
Certification: FAPM (Association for Project Management (UK))
Certification: ITIL Foundation Certification
Certification: ITIL Practitioner Certification
Certification: Lean Six Sigma Certification
Certification: MAPM (Association for Project Management (UK))
Certification: MPM (American Academy of Project Managers)
Certification: PgMP (Project Management Institute)
Certification: PMP (Project Management Institute)
Certification: PRINCE2 Foundation (PRINCE2)
Certification: PRINCE2 Practitioner (PRINCE2)
Certification: ACP (Project Management Institute)
Degree: Associates in Project Management
Degree: Bachelors in Project Management
Degree: Certificate in Project Management
Degree: Masters In Project Management
Skill Development: Defined Skills
Skill Development: Soft Skills
Tool-specific: MS Project
Tool-specific: Other

Delivery Methods

Book-based
Conference
Group at your location
Mentoring
Online Interactive
Scheduled at vendor location
Seminar
Webinar

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