Continuing Education

Project Management Certificate

Career Pathways

Project management isn't just for project managers anymore. The nature of work is moving rapidly away from roles and functions to being project-oriented. Organizations are turning to project management leaders to assure that product development and production are aligned. Project management provides a proven methodology for planning, organizing, and controlling complex processes involving people and resources from diverse disciplines.

Length of Training

This 136-hour program delivers hands-on, project-based training in project management strategies, tools, and techniques. Students attending evening and weekend classes can expect to complete the program within a minimum of two semesters.

Suggested Prep Courses:

  • Computer Basics & Windows
  • Excel I

Core Courses

Rubric Courses Hours
BMGT 2047 Project Management Fundamentals 48
BMGT 2003 Project Management Simulations 48
ITSC 1022 MS Project I 8
ITSC 1043 MS Project II 8
ITSW 2054 Visio 24
Total 136

Additional Coursework:

Rubric Courses Hours
ETWR 1043 Technical Writing for Project Managers 24
Total with Additional Coursework 160

Textbook and Flash drive required for all classes.
Classes will vary by semester

More Information

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