Academic Catalog 2021-2022 
    
    Nov 29, 2021  
Academic Catalog 2021-2022

Engineering Project Management Major


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The Bachelor of Science in Engineering Project Management trains students in the fundamentals of engineering knowledge and practice while providing the highly sought after skillset of project management. The degree incorporates mathematics, natural sciences, economics, and other social and engineering sciences to produce highly competent engineers who can manage projects and teams through the entire project lifecycle; that is, ideation, research and development, implementation, assessment, and end of life. The concepts are integrated with CCU’s biblical and liberal arts core, making it a degree program for technically-minded individuals who want to lead projects and teams in a Christ-centered manner.

The Bachelor of Science in Engineering Project Management requires completion of the following 126 credit hours:
General Education (39 credit hours)
Math/Science Core (30 credit hours)
Engineering Core (42 credit hours)
Project Management Core (15 credit hours)

General Education Requirements (39 credit hours)


Arts and Humanities (9 credit hours)


Take one course from each of the following three academic disciplines:

Biblical Studies (12 credit hours)


Take the following four courses (some courses are cross-listed and only one prefix needs to be taken):

Integrative Studies (3 credit hours)


* Please see the First-Year Integration (FYI)  page for specific information about this required course.

Social Sciences (9 credit hours)


Take each of the following three courses:

Engineering Project Management Required Courses (87 credit hours)


Graduation Requirements for Bachelor of Science in Engineering Project Management


The faculty recommends students in the B.A. in Strategic Communication to the Board of Trustees as candidates for graduation when they have completed the following requirements.

  1. Completion of a total of 126 credits, including all general education and major program requirements.
  2. A letter grade of D or better and a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better in all CCU coursework, and a GPA of 2.0 or higher for all courses specified for the major.
  3. Completion of 180 hours of ministry/community service and 180 chapel credits. Transfer students are required to complete 45 hours of ministry/community service and 45 chapel credits each year of attendance at CCU. For further details on ministry/community service, see the Life Directions Center (LDC)  section of this catalog. For further details on chapel credits, see the Student Life  section of this catalog.
  4. Meet the CCU Residency  requirements. 
  5. Acceptable performance on exit exams, as required by the faculty.
  6. Formal and timely application for graduation by the date specified by the University Registrar.
  7. No outstanding financial obligation to the University.

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