Business Admin Major: Project Management

Gain a specialized but versatile knowledge and skill set in a business function that is rapidly becoming one of the most important functions within organizations—project management. This program will prepare you for innumerable rewarding and lucrative careers as project managers or business analysts.

What do project managers and business analysts do?

Project managers and business analysts are key employees in every industry and in all types of companies around the world. With this academic program, you will gain the knowledge and skills suited for these career paths and more.

To learn more about the various industries that hire analysts and project managers as well as companies who have hired our students, please check out this flyer.

Project Manager

  • Description: plan, execute, and oversee the processes and results of any type of business project; responsible for achieving objectives in a project’s plan
  • Examples of projects: developing a new software system, conducting an audit of a corporation, launching an advertising campaign, conducting an Initial Public Offering (IPO)
  • Median salary: $67,059

Business Analysts

  • Description: review, analyze, and evaluate business systems and user needs; assist with evaluation of business costs and formulates business strategies
  • Examples of projects: Refining business operations, assessing technology needs
  • Median salary: $55,591

PMBA Program Highlights

Admission Requirements

Business administration is a screened major. Students are admitted to the business administration major (BUAD) only after successfully completing a set of required courses with a C or higher in each of those courses and an overall TU GPA of 2.0 or higher. See all admission requirements.

Degree Requirements and Course Descriptions

View degree requirements and course descriptions for the business administration major with a project management concentration in the Undergraduate Catalog.

Plan of Study

See the suggested four-year plan of study for the current catalog year.  If your catalog year is different, you can find an advising form that corresponds with your catalog year on the advising forms page.