UT Arlington's Project Management Certificate Program is ideal for project managers, project leads and project coordinators. The courses provide you with the practical knowledge that can be applied immediately to enhance job performance and productivity. In addition, the curriculum fulfills the 35 hour educational requirement for those preparing to take the Project Management Institute (PMI) PMP certification exam. Topics include project management best practices, as well as action-oriented and results-focused project methodology that can be applied to businesses of all sizes. To learn more about the PMP credential , visit www.pmi.org
Who Should Attend? Project coordinators, project leads, project managers and business analysts who perform project related analysis would benefit from this certificate program. Subject matter experts who want to learn a simple structure for performing project management would also benefit.
Required courses for certificate program:
To further enrich your experience, the following electives are available:
PMI Project Management Professional Exam Prep
For experienced professionals who are ready to earn their PMI Project Management Professional credential, UT Arlington now offers an intensive PMP Exam Prep course. This rigorous 40-hour class will prepare you to pass - not just take - the PMP exam. Click here to be taken to the course website for more information and to register.
In order to obtain an overall program certificate for the Project Management certificate program, participants must notify the Continuing Education office upon overall program completion. The Continuing Education office will verify program completion and mail the certificate to the address on record.
|Microsoft Project 2013 - Level 1||F : 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM, 1 Session||09/09/16||09/09/16||299.00|
|Microsoft Project 2013 - Level 2||F : 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM, 1 Session||10/07/16||10/07/16||299.00|
These courses are not currently scheduled, but may be offered at a future date. Click the course Title link for more information.