RMIT University

Bachelor of Applied Science (Project Management) (Honours)

RMIT University

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 00122A

Gain the project management skills to initiate, plan, and execute complex projects across a range of industries. Project management is an occupation that demands multi-tasking, analytical thinking, excellent communication and superior organisational skills. This degree will give you the theoretical knowledge and practical know-how to take projects from inception to completion. It will arm you with tools to manage projects across a range of scales and complexities, and develop your skills for working on projects in various industries. The Bachelor of Applied Science (Project Management) (Honours) was developed in response to the growing industry demand for project management skills. Projects are evident in many industries including construction, sustainability, health, arts and events and IT. The combination of our expert teachers, passionate researchers, connection to industry and strong practical focus means that RMIT graduates are among the most employable in Australia.


384 credit points

Standard entry requirements

You must have successfully completed an Australian Year 12 (or equivalent qualification).


This program is accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), which is recognised worldwide. We are also seeking professional accreditation from the Project Management Institute (PMI).

Study pathways

Graduates of the following programs are eligible for up to 1 year of exemptions: Diploma of Building and Construction (Building); Advanced Diploma of Building Design (Architectural).

Study information

CampusFeesEntryMid year intakeAttendance
Melbourne City Domestic: $130,560
International: $153,600
  • ATAR: 70.10
  • Full-time : 4 years

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