Project management professionals are invaluable members of an organization. They are the keepers of the three most valuable resources: people, time, and money. They increase productivity, regulate workload, and interface with clients.
Whether you want to develop your current management knowledge or you want to learn the fundamentals in the field to expand your skillset, our Graduate Certificate in Project Management can help you add value to your organization and to your career. You’ll be ready to explore an exciting role that can translate across industries, and take you in a variety of paths.
In our Graduate Certificate in Project Management, you’ll:
Study project-based tools and applications of theory for project management, managing virtual teams, risk management and innovative financial practices/analytics
Learn online while you work, and apply new skills and knowledge to your current career or project in real time
Take steps to earn credits that may help you qualify for the project management certification exam, depending on your state’s requirements*
Prerequisite: BUS530 (waived for Post MBA grads)
* Courses in this program do not guarantee students will qualify to sit for the project management certification exam. Requirements vary by state. Visit PMI.org for more information.
Students pursuing a Graduate Certificate in Project Management will gain knowledge and skills in leading project teams, defining and managing project risk, using project management systems, assessing financial resource needs and impacts, and managing project finances. Students will apply project management techniques to solving issues in specific industries.
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