Project Management Certificate

Career Pathways

Project management isn’t just for project managers anymore. The nature of work is moving rapidly away from roles and functions to being project-oriented. Organizations are turning to project management leaders to assure that product development and production are aligned. Project management provides a proven methodology for planning, organizing, and controlling complex processes involving people and resources from diverse disciplines.

Length of Training

This 112-hour program delivers hands-on, project-based training in project management strategies, tools, and techniques. Students attending evening and weekend classes can expect to complete the program within a minimum of two semesters.

Suggested Prep Courses:

  • Computer Basics & Windows
  • Excel I

Core Courses

RubricCoursesHours
BMGT 2047Project Management Fundamentals48
BMGT 2003 Project Management Simulations48
ITSC 1022MS Project I8
ITSC 1043MS Project II8
 Total 112

Additional Coursework:

RubricCoursesHours
ETWR 1043Technical Writing for Project Managers24
ITSW 2054Visio12
 Total with Additional Coursework160

Textbook and Flash drive required for all classes.
Classes will vary by semester

More Information:
Please call Heather at 972/761-6716
email: Heathery@dcccd.edu

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