Please note: Due to the recent changes in programming due to COVID-19, all Project Management modules will be available through online and virtual classrooms.
Online courses will consist of a mixture of instructor-led learning, individual work, case scenarios, and assignments/project work.
Virtual classes will be held online using a combination of synchronous (live/real-time) instructor-led sessions, supplemented with asynchronous (everyone works separately) activities. Online attendance is mandatory and you are required to attend all synchronous sessions as they will be part of the contact hours necessary for the Project Management Institute (PMI) development units. The synchronous sessions will take place from 9 am-12 pm and 1-4 pm each day of your module. In order to claim the contact hours necessary for PMI, grading is applied as part of the mandatory attendance requirement.
Registration for fall courses will open on July 14, 2020.
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Projects are usually defined as temporary endeavours, with an identified beginning and end, undertaken to achieve specific goals or deliverables. As such, many working professionals are involved in planning or managing projects on a regular basis, even though their job title may not reflect that role.
Project managers work in a wide range of industries ranging from health care, government and education to manufacturing, transportation and information technology.
Whether you are seeking Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification as a formal project manager or just want to improve at managing informal day-to-day projects, improving your project management skill-set is an endeavour you'll appreciate for years to come.
PMP is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.