Graduate Certificate in Project Management
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This program is offered Online.
Project managers are integral to organizations’ operations, and to ensure every project is executed efficiently, they require multiple skillsets: from schedules to finances and the ability to work effectively with different personalities on a daily basis. A project management graduate certificate from Post University allows you to expand the knowledge and skills gained in your bachelor’s or graduate degree program and can provide a competitive edge that translates across industries. Stay in your current position while you study on your schedule with 100 percent online courses.
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. This Graduate Certificate is intended to augment knowledge gained by students in a bachelor’s or master’s degree program and to aid in career advancement in their chosen field.
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In addition to our practical learning approach to better prepare you for the real world, Post University offers an unmatched, personalized experience. Every step of the way, you will be guided by a personal academic advisor, who will answer your questions and support you as you work toward an education that can take you in a variety of paths.
Add valuable knowledge and skills to your current and future career. Contact us to apply for Post University’s project management graduate certificate today.
Students who wish to enroll in this graduate certificate program are required to have a bachelor’s degree.
Note: Courses in this program do not guarantee students will qualify to sit for the project management certification exam. Requirements vary by state.
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