Graduate Certificate in Project Management

In the last dozen years, project management has become an established management discipline. Used extensively in every sector of the economy, including all branches of government, industry, and non-profit organizations, project management, as defined by the Project Management Institute (PMI), is the application of knowledge, skills, and techniques to execute projects effectively and efficiently. The Graduate Certificate in Project Management prepares students with the diverse proficiencies and skills required to succeed in a project-based environment.

Students must complete all of the required and elective credits from the course options below and are expected to maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or above. Courses completed as a non-degree student are not eligible for application towards the certificate requirements.


Certificate Requirements

The following requirements must be fulfilled: 12 credits, including 6 credits in required courses and 6 credits in elective courses.
DNSC 6261Project Management Principles
MBAD 6224Decision Making and Data Analysis
3 credits in elective courses selected from the following:
DNSC 6250Project Economics and Finance
DNSC 6252Risk Analysis for Decision Making
DNSC 6254Risk Measurement and Management
DNSC 6257Cost Estimation and Control
DNSC 6258Collaborative Decision Making and Portfolio Optimization
DNSC 6267Planning and Scheduling
DNSC 6271Agile Project Management
MBAD 6263Organizations and Human Capital
MGT 6210Leading Teams