Project Management Minor

The Project Management minor prepares students to join the greater economy of the 21st century. In a recent study, the Project Management Institute estimated that 11 million project management roles will be added to the global workforce, spanning 11 different countries and increasing GDP across project-intensive industries by $6.61 trillion.

Students will learn how to expertly manage complex projects from beginning to end, with a focus on leadership skills, time management and effective communication.


All courses follow the School of Professional Studies academic calendar.

Course materials may be accessed online and hybrid formats to facilitate convenient scheduling.

Some classes will have regular online meeting times; others will not. The instructor may schedule assignments and exams at specific times.

Required Coursework

All required coursework may be accessed entirely through our online portal.

Please see the 2019-20 CofC Undergraduate Catalog for the Project Management minor requirements.

Careers in Project Management

Project Management is growing rapidly in the modern workforce. Our graduates may find careers in a wide-range of industries, including:

  • Healthcare
  • Manufacturing
  • Real Estate Development
  • Information Technology
  • Higher Education
  • Sales, Advertising and Marketing
  • Calculating Cost

    Information about program tuition may be found on the following page:

    CofC Tuition and Financial Aid

    How to Apply

    Our enrollment coordinators are available to help throughout the admissions process.

    We will be happy to review your high school credits, as well as potential transfer credits from other institutions.


    Meet Our Enrollment Team

    Carla A. Stewart

    Director of Student Support Services


    Shelly Brew

    Admissions Director