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Ferris Online Project Management Certificate

Project Management Certificate

Advanced Training, Expanded Opportunities

Project management is a profession that consists of planning and executing projects within an organization. It is a field that is needed in many types of businesses including information technology, construction, health care, finance, marketing, manufacturing and others. The Project Management Certificate is a 12 credit hour certificate designed to prepare individuals for project management careers in both technical and non-technical fields. During this program, you will learn the project management life cycle and explore the knowledge areas using the Project Management Body of Knowledge, course textbooks, and case studies. Agile practices, scrum, and visual management systems are introduced as emerging project management frameworks.

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Work on your classes when and where it works for you with the flexibility and convenience of online classes. The online option isn’t just traditional classes with an internet spin. It is web-native, built specifically for the online learning environment by our industry expert faculty and course designers. Engage in lectures and collaborate with your peers and instructors wherever you are.

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Certificate Program Features

  •  Core Classes
    • Project Management Fundamentals
    • Project Scheduling
    • Project Communication
    • Managing Procurement

    Some of these courses may have prerequisites that must be met prior to enrollment.

  •  Class Content

    The first course in the certificate program examines the foundations of project management as defined by the Project Management Institute which is considered the global standard for project management best practices and is the certifying body for both the PMP (Project Management Professional) and the CAPM (Certified Associate Project Management) designations. 

    Following the foundation course, the remaining courses focus in more detail on specific aspects of project management including project scheduling, budgeting, risk management, communication, team management, and the procurement process.

    The final course places emphasis on preparation for project management certification exams including both the PMP (Project Management Professional) and the CAPM (Certified Associate in Project Management.) Completion of the project management certificate satisfies the number of contact hours required to take the CAPM and PMP exams.

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Admission Requirements

To be admitted to the Project Management certificate program, you must have the following:

  • 2.35 High School GPA

It is important to note that some courses included in this certificate program have prerequisites that must be met before a student can enroll in them. Please consult the catalog for more information.

 

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