The ability to effectively manage projects of all sizes is an extremely valuable skill in today's complex and ever-changing organizations. To expand your expertise in this ubiquitous and critical process, University of Phoenix Online offers the exact education you need to succeed.
The Certificate Program in Project Management(PM) is a six-course program that equips individuals with the skills for successfully managing projects of varying sizes and complexity. It emphasizes real-world application with assignments designed to immediately improve bottom-line results. Offered via the Internet, this fast-paced program is the ideal way to expand your skills, improve your effectiveness, and add valuable credentials to your resume.
The PM program examines the roles and environments of project management, domestically, globally and virtually. Participants will explore the latest tools and techniques for work planning, control, and evaluation, and learn the value of aligning a project's objectives with the organization's strategies and stakeholders' interests. Participants will also study strategies for procurement, risk management, decision-making, project estimating and evaluation. Theories of effective motivation and leadership are also discussed, as well the emerging trends in project management.
The Professional Certificate in Project Management focuses on the professional success of its students. It emphasizes real-world application with assignments designed to apply the newfound skills and knowledge to the workplace. Practical study materials, team activities, and presentations to the class foster teamwork, critical thinking, self-confidence, and application of project technical and leadership skills. This program is consistent with generally accepted project management principles, including the project management processes and knowledge areas.
This program is consistent with generally accepted project management principles, including the project management processes and knowledge areas.
Upon successful completion of this program, participants will be awarded 18 undergraduate upper division credits and a professional certificate.
Who should enroll: Anyone involved in the management or supervision of projects or systems changes within an organization.
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