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Course Descriptions

There are several program options available for professionals who wish to gain general working knowledge of project management and/or prepare for the Project Management Professional (PMP®) or Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) exam.

Project Management Certificate Program

The Project Management certificate course is dedicated to educating project management working professionals with knowledge base, vocabularies, and tools grounded in the official Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®) 5th Edition. In this 5-day intensive course, you will learn the project management methodology and standards required to manage projects successfully.

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PMP® Exam Prep Boot-Camp Course

The 4-day PMP® Exam Prep Book-camp is dedicated to preparing project management working professionals for PMP® (Project Management Professional) certification exam. The 4-day camp provides 35 hrs of face-to-face instructions grounded in the official Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®) 5th Edition.

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PMI-PBA® Exam Prep Boot-Camp Course

PMI-PBASM content is aligned with the certification Examination Content Outline and with the PMI Business Analysis for Practitioners Practice Guide. Course material includes over 300 sample PMI-PBASM exam questions and this supports the objective of effectively preparing course participants pass the formal PMI certification exam.

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Online PMP® Exam Prep Course

The online PMP® Exam Prep course is dedicated to preparing project management working professionals for PMP® (Project Management Professional) certification exam. Registered students will have access to the online course for 6 months upon confirmed registration. The course includes over 70 individual lessons covering ten knowledge areas grounded in the official Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®) 5th Edition.

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Traditional Program: Spring & Fall Courses

These are standard, fifteen-week college semester format courses offered only during the Spring and Fall semesters. Students wishing to pursue this program must first apply for Pre-Grad status. There are a very limited number of seats for each course. Seats cannot be RSVP or held. Registration is first come, first served. There are no waiting lists.

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