Concordia’s project management program is uniquely focused on emerging trends and industry specialization through an interdisciplinary approach. Students will engage with a project-based curriculum and earn a degree that leaves them well-prepared to thrive in the field.

Programs of Study

Students can choose a project management minor or a business major with a project management concentration.

Required Courses

The Offutt School of Business Difference 

The project management program is flexible and hybrid, allowing students to engage with dedicated Concordia faculty while incorporating classwork into their busy schedules. A Concordia education will produce qualified project management graduates who have the pedigree to get hired and the skillset to make an impact on their field from day one.

Gain Practical Experience with a Liberal Arts Education

Gaining a business degree within a liberal arts college immerses students in interdisciplinary learning that exposes them to multiple academic subjects and many, different ways of thinking. Students become leaders, good communicators, and analytical thinkers. These qualities are the backbone of a well-rounded professional.

Dr. Shontarius Aikens, Associate Professor of Management

It is important for the Offutt School of Business to offer a project management curriculum that will provide Concordia students with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to get hired and to make an impact in their field from day one.

Engage in a Growing Field

It is estimated that 25 million new project management roles will need to be filled by the year 2030. It is also estimated that job growth in the field of project management is expected to grow 33% through the year 2027.

Be Prepared for the Industry Standard

Students who complete the project management program will be eligible to take the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) exam, which is a globally recognized certification from the Project Management Institute. According to the institute, earning the CAPM certification is essential for starting a career in project management.

Build Strong Industry Connections

Utilize Concordia’s strong industry connections to gain invaluable work experience.

Flexible Schedule

The project management curriculum is taught in a hybrid format. Most courses will be in-person classes in the Offutt School of Business’ Grant Center on campus, with four specialized PM courses taught 100% online. The virtual classes will include an interactive framework, which enables students to work collaboratively on assignments. Learn where it’s most convenient for you!

PM Careers

Graduates of the project management program may become project coordinators, project analysts, project schedulers, junior project managers, business analysts, risk managers, and more.

Global, Ethical, Entrepreneurial

Founded on the pillars of transformative leadership, global engagement, ethical decision-making, and an entrepreneurial mindset, the Offutt School of Business is dedicated to sending into society thoughtful and informed business leaders with a strong moral compass. Our students attend classes in a state-of-the-art facility and participate in cutting-edge curriculum that allows them to think critically and network globally.


Dr. Shontarius D. Aikens

Associate Professor of Management Business (Offutt School of Business – Academics), Master of Science in Nutrition/Dietetic Internship