Winter Session 2020
Tuesdays, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
- March 3 – March 24
Project Management has become a key skill for success in many organizations…and the people leading the projects are often not Certified Project Managers. They are still expected to effectively manage any project – large or small – that is assigned to them. With this pressure, “lacking the fundamentals of Project Management” was identified as one of the challenges experienced by employees. This course provides learners with fundamental skills and tools required to effectively manage a project. They will learn elements of the role of a Project Manager, including identifying project scope, creating project management documentation, building and managing a project plan and communicating for success. The goal is to help ensure learners have the skills and knowledge to support effective project management in the workplace and potentially start them on their path to certification.
$360 per session. Tuition does not include the cost of instructional materials.
Current students, faculty, and staff, as well as alumni, may be eligible for a discount. Please contact us at email@example.com for more information.
Total Course Hours: 16.5
- In Class: 12 hours
- Peer-Peer Learning: 4.5 hours
- 30% Tests (2 @ 10% each))
- 20% Assignments (2 @ 10% each; include in-class)
- 35% Application Activities
- 15% Class Attendance
*Registration for each course closes a week before the start date. We reserve the right to change or cancel our program and course offerings in the case of mitigating circumstances. In the event we are no longer able to offer the program or course or you are no longer able to participate as a result of changes in the offerings, a full refund will be issued.