Avila University Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Project Management Online

Acquire cutting-edge project management tools and techniques and graduate prepared to influence the profitability and productivity of any organization.

Apply by: 12/21/22
Start class: 1/3/23 Apply Now

Program Overview

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Get to know our 100% online MBA in Project Management

Develop into an innovative leader in this online Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Project Management program. Courses examine current and trending industry practices, the analysis of in-depth case studies, the promotion of team collaboration, and PM technology. Faculty empowers you to build skills in communication, negotiation, budgeting, organization, and problem-solving.

The online MBA project management degree unleashes exciting opportunities in global business, construction, IT, government, healthcare, and more. Through career-advancing coursework, you will build a portfolio that reflects your potential and prepare to earn project management certification.

Career opportunities:

  • Project Manager
  • Team Leader
  • Project Lead
  • Project Director
  • Project Manager
  • Team Leader
  • Project Lead
  • Project Director

$18,000* Total Tuition
As few as 12 months Duration
30* Credit Hours
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Tuition

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The affordable Avila online MBA in Project Management

The MBA in Project Management online program tuition is the same affordable, pay-by-the-course rate for all U.S. residents. Fees are included in the total tuition. Financial aid may be available.

Tuition breakdown:

$18,000* Total Tuition
$600 Per Credit Hour

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Our application deadlines and program schedules

Ideal for working professionals, the MBA in Project Management online program features 8-week courses and multiple start dates each year so you can begin at the time that works best for you. View the full calendar for all upcoming starts and corresponding deadlines.

TermStart DateApp DeadlineDocument DeadlineRegistration DeadlineTuition DeadlineClass End DateTerm Length
Spring 1 20231/3/2312/21/2212/21/2212/31/221/2/232/25/238 weeks
Spring 2 20232/27/232/17/232/22/232/24/232/26/234/22/238 weeks
Summer 1 20234/24/234/14/234/19/234/21/234/23/236/17/238 weeks
Summer 2 20236/20/236/10/236/15/236/17/236/19/238/12/238 weeks

Now enrolling:

12/21/22 Apply Date
1/3/23 Class Starts

Ready to take the next steps toward earning your next degree?

Admissions

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Qualifications for our MBA in Project Management online program

We’ve simplified the admission process to help you get started quickly and easily. You can find all requirements for admission to the Avila online MBA in Project Management below.

Admission Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree
  • 2.75 GPA
  • No GMAT or GRE required

In order to be eligible to receive an MBA degree from Avila University, you must have the following:

  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution
  • GPA requirements for unconditional admission: 2.75 cumulative grade point average at the completion of the undergraduate degree
  • GPA requirements for conditional admission: 2.5 cumulative grade point average at the completion of the undergraduate degree
  • Official transcripts from all institutions previously attended

Submit all official transcripts to:
Email: [email protected]
Mail: MBA Admissions
Avila University
11901 Wornall Road
Kansas City, MO 64145

Courses

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Read about our MBA in Project Management online classes

In order to earn the MBA in Project Management online, you will complete 10 courses for a total of 30 credit hours. There are no leveling courses or prerequisites required. Students who have not taken a statistics course in previous coursework will be required to take EC604 Statistical Analysis, increasing the total program credit hours to 33.

Duration: 8 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
An introduction to accounting concepts and procedures for organizational decision-making.
Duration: 8 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
This course has three purposes: 1) understanding and managing individual and group behavior in organizations; 2) stress-management and well-being; and 3) recognition and management of ethical responsibilities of business.
Duration: 8 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
This course integrates learning from the earlier functional course areas as well as MG 698 through a series of simulation-based exercises. Students will sharpen their decision-making by analyzing, formulating and testing their strategies in a competitive environment. Prerequisite MG 698
Duration: 8 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
The study of microeconomic analysis and models relevant to a broad cross section of decisions within the business firm. This course is designed to enhance the knowledge of Microeconomic Theory to make sound management decisions using both traditional and behavioral economic concepts.
Duration: 8 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
Introduction for managers and entrepreneurs to the fundamentals of the economy, the financial markets, and financial management including security valuation, capital budgeting process, capital structure, and working capital management.
Duration: 8 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
This course aims to provide a framework to gain a competitive advantage in a global environment. Topics covered include industry analysis, resource-based view of the firm, business strategy, innovation, diversification, and multinational strategies.
Duration: 8 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
Introduction for managers and entrepreneurs to the fundamentals of marketing including product, pricing, promotion, distribution/logistics, segmentation and marketing research with special emphasis on global marketing and ethics.
Duration: 8 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
The Practice of Project Management is a systematic examination of the core method and techniques of the project management process. This class will focus in more depth on such topics as the Project Manager and Work Styles, the Project Management Life Cycle, Teamwork and Conflict, Planning Fundamentals, Managing Risk, and Project Lessons Learned.

Course objectives:

  • Understand the difference between the Project Management Life Cycle and the Systems Development Life Cycle
  • Articulate the specifics of project communication and forming a project team
  • Understand project manager responsibility and authority
  • Recognize project failure, success and lessons learned
  • Demonstrate PMP exam preparedness by completing a mock PMP exam
  • Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    This course is a survey of project management tools designed to meet the increasing need to plan, schedule, track, control, and report on every aspect of project management. In addition, the functions and applicability of the “Project Office” will be reviewed. The class will also conduct a tutorial on Microsoft Project.

    Course objectives:

  • Explain why a project office is highly valuable to project success
  • Articulate how a project office should operate. This will include benefits, structure, and operation within the business enterprise
  • Describe the scope of available tools and software available to the project manager
  • Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    This course focuses on a case study with students assigned to teams and chartered to develop a detailed case study solution and supporting project plan. It incorporates the materials covered in previous course work and gives the student a real world feel for the rigors of the Project Management Process

    Course objectives:

  • Discuss the necessary requirements of an undefined project
  • Define a project management approach
  • Apply the project management life cycle to solve a business need
  • Articulate the dynamics of real project management and how to respond to changing environments
  • For students without any previous stats course, EC604 Statistical Analysis will be required.  Any previous stats course taken will be reviewed to determine if EC604 is required.

    Duration: 8 weeks
    Credit Hours: 3
    An introduction to basic statistical techniques which involve methods of collecting and analyzing data with an emphasis on inferential statistical techniques used for hypothesis testing and decision making.

    *Students who have not taken a statistics course in previous coursework will be required to take EC604 Statistical Analysis, increasing the total program credit hours to 33 and total tuition to $19,800.

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