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.
Framework of Professional Project Management (TEPM 6301) — a standard, 15-week college semester format course, taught one night a week, that is designed to provide the participant with a professional overview of the contemporary high technology project management subject (three semester hours; 45 PDUs).
Advanced Project Management (TEPM 6307) — a standard, 15-week college semester format course, taught one night a week. This course represents the second half of the graduate-level program option, and it focuses on PMP® exam preparation (three semester hours; 45 PDUs).