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Project Management

The Project Management Certificate Program is for professionals looking to quantify their understanding of formalized Project Management concepts by obtaining the Project Management Professional (PMP) credential or Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) certification.

Project Management is both an art and a science, managing the competing constraints of time, budget, scope and quality. Experienced Project Managers possess a vast array of skills, from communication and presentation skills to negotiation, logical processes, and more. In this program, students will learn the Project Management Body of Knowledge standards of initiating, planning, executing, controlling and successfully completing a project.

The Project Management Course is for students looking to gain knowledge and skills in project management as defined by the Project Management Institute (PMI). The course will cover the content of the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) which is published by PMI. This program combines lectures, exam practice, and instructor-led practical applications. The course addresses the conceptual underpinnings, theories, and best practices key to successful management of project life cycles. Students will learn skills and techniques associated with project management that can transfer across many industries. The curriculum will cover the project process groups, knowledge areas, processes, project management methodologies, risk, and analytical strategies. This course is recommended for those needing to work more efficiently on their current projects, as well as those looking for a foundation to practice and prepare towards obtaining either the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) or Project Management Professional (PMP) credentials. Upon passing either the PMP or CAPM professional exam, the student will earn their PMP credential or CAPM certification, each of which are internationally recognized.

  • Project Manager
  • Program Manager
  • Project Lead
  • Project Coordinator
  • To lead projects.
  • To manage a project team with confidence.
  • How to kick-start your career in Project Management.
  • How to Become a Project Manager.
  • To develop a budget, schedule, business case, risk assessment and more.
  • How to use different Project Management tools and apps that will lead you to success.
  • To understand the core concepts of Project Management & the Phases of a Project.
  • To understand the differences between different Project Management methodologies.
  • You will learn the key skills that will make you a great Project Manager.
  • You will get the resources you need for a Project Management Certification.
  • Change Management in Project Management.

Project Management Institute requires a Bachelor’s Degree and a minimum of 4,500 hours of documented project management experience (earned within the last 8 years) OR 7,500 hours of documented project management experience (earned within the last 8 years) without a Bachelor’s degree, PLUS 35 hours of project management education (this program satisfies the educational requirement).