The graduate certificate is of particular interest to workplace professionals or military personnel who are looking for certification rather than a degree due, in part, to the convenient delivery of courses over an eight-week period. The Graduate Certificate in Project Management is awarded to students who successfully complete the following four three-credit courses:
- PMC 610: “Project Planning and Estimating”
- PMC 620: “Project Schedule, Risk and Contracts”
- PMC 630: “Project Change Management”
- PMC 640: “Managing Enterprise Projects”
Transfer of Credit to the MPM Degree Program
If a student desires to continue study in the MPM degree program after completing the certificate program, and the student meets the admission requirements for the MPM program, and at the discretion of the Program Director, the student will be given credit for the PM650 introductory core course in MPM program.
Minimum Admission Requirements
An undergraduate degree from a regionally accredited instruction of higher education,
with a 3.0 average on the last 60 hours.
Applications are accepted for Fall and Spring terms only.
On-Site and Advanced Classes
The certificate program can be offered at an employer’s site and in a classroom setting. For more details about this, or for information about advanced project management classes, please contact the program director.