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Project Management

Project Management

  • Certification

Complex organizations thrive on organized collaborative work. Earning your certificate means being able to understand both basic concepts and new perspectives of project management, like agile project management. As you learn the skills you need for future certification, you’ll gain valuable knowledge in a growing career path across industries.

Careers in Project Management

The need for skilled project managers is urgent and growing. Experienced project managers earn an average of $100,000 per year, with those holding certification increasing their earnings above that figure. Meanwhile, according to the Project Management Institute, nearly two-thirds of high-performing project teams suggest that developing project management skills is critical in order to avoid project failure. 

Students in the project management certificate are well-prepared for this growing need. By focusing on key project management tools and techniques, you can prepare for future certification while also familiarizing yourself with up-and-coming approaches to the concept to benefit any organization and industry.

Project Management Certificate Curriculum

Three Required Courses for the Certificate
BA398 Project Management I
BA468 Project Management II
BA308 Negotiations

Choose One Elective Course for the Certificate
BA3XX Agile
BA4XX CAPM Exam Preparation Course
BA280 Leadership