Specialize in Project Management
Meeting the growing industry need for skilled employees capable of leading projects, the newest specialization from ITAM provides graduates with an in-depth understanding of the skills and techniques of effective project management. These skills have universal application, spanning every organization from construction firms to non-profits to tech start-ups. For students wishing to earn a double specialization, Project Management will complement any option, particularly Web and Database Administration and Management, Cybersecurity, and Network Administration. The need for graduates with these skills crosses all types of business including agriculture, construction, finance, retail, government, manufacturing, and not-for-profits.
National mean hourly wage for Project Managers/Business Operations Specialists
National mean hourly wage for Project Managers in the Computer/IT industry
is the 3rd largest employer of Project Management Specialists at an annual salary of $42.52
For more employment information, visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Bachelor's of Science in ITAM Specializing in Project Management
The BS-ITAM degree is great for students who have completed a DTA degree and are transferring to CWU or who have completed their general education courses at CWU.
2021-2022 Catalog Requirements:
CWU general education and degree requirements must be satisfied.
|BS-ITAM Core Classes|
Introduction to Business
Sustainable Decision Making
Leadership and Supervision
Business Communication and Report Writing
Seeing Through the Data
Change Ready: Tech Skills for Leaders
Introduction to Cyberwarfare
|Digital Systems Fundamentals||4|
Integrated Computer Applications
IT Security, Privacy and Ethics
Projects In Database
|RMT||340||Influencing Customer Decisions||4|
Customer Relationship Management
IT Management Career Planning
Cooperative Education (Internship)
|Total Core Credits:||75-79|
|Plus the Following Project Management Specialization Classes|
Executing Project Management I
Executing Project Management II
Managing Project Uncertainty
Project Performance Reporting
Project Management Maturity
|Total Specialization Credits:||20|
If you're already admitted to CWU then you can declare your major today!
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