Project Management, Graduate Certificate
Technical and managerial employees at all levels of organizations are being asked to manage small and large projects. Many of these professionals have not been specifically trained to effectively and efficiently manage projects. The task of managing projects has its own body of knowledge. This program seeks to provide the practical and theoretical knowledge for which the Project Management Institute tests, and it is expected that individuals who successfully complete this program will be capable of fulfilling the education requirements of the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification exam.
This certificate program in project management is designed with sufficient course flexibility to accommodate professionals with various levels of project management experience. Project management principles are applicable to both manufacturing and service industries, including professionals in fields such as software engineering, construction management, and financial services.
Complete all courses and requirements listed below unless otherwise indicated.
Note: Foundations of Project Management (PJM 5900) is required for students who do not have at least two years of professional experience working on projects. This course is intended only for those who are not familiar with professional project work. Students with two years or more of professional project experience should not take this course:
|PJM 5900||Foundations of Project Management||4|
|PJM 6000||Project Management Practices||3|
|PJM 6025||Project Scheduling and Cost Planning||3|
|PJM 6015||Project Risk Management||3|
Project Management Electives
|Complete three of the following. Note: Students who take PJM 5900 are required to take only two courses in this section:||9|
|Project Evaluation and Assessment|
|Project Quality Management|
|Managing Troubled Projects|
|Portfolio Management in the Enterprise Environment|
Program Credit/GPA Requirements
18 total quarter hours required
Minimum 3.000 GPA required