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This program is designed for individuals who would like to transition to a career in project management. This program may also be beneficial for people who are already in project management roles but would like to enhance their skills in managing large-scale projects.
Project Management Certificate
Business and technology professionals interested in project management can obtain an online certificate that equips them with the skills and knowledge needed to coordinate, facilitate, manage, and lead projects and other initiatives. Nowadays, project management is widely considered to be the best and most effective method for implementing one-time endeavors that are complex, large-scale, cross-functional, and high stake. The ability to balance taking action with planning, to make difficult trade-off decisions, to navigate organizational barriers to change, to analyze risks, and to drive toward success are essential in becoming a high performing project manager.
You may begin the certificate in October or February. There may also be additional starts available, please contact the MBA & Graduate Programs Office at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information..
Project Management Career Opportunities
To achieve project success, project managers play a critical role. They are responsible for managing the project from start to finish. In contemporary businesses and organizations, projects are everywhere, from launching new products and services to working on compliance and regulatory initiatives. Projects can also occur at all levels of the organization, ranging from smaller team-level projects to larger enterprise-class projects that involve people and resources across the organization. Among the industries with the highest levels of project-oriented work are business services, technology, construction, manufacturing, utility, finance, healthcare, and insurance.
Feliciano School of Business
The Feliciano School of Business, embraces small class sizes that foster connections and collaboration with peers, faculty, employers, and corporate partners. Experiential learning —- internships and co-ops, “live” case studies and team consulting projects —- complements classroom instruction and offers real-world evidence of your skills.