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Courses We Endorse

Increasingly complex business operations across the globe are demanding faster, better, and cheaper solutions for clients. Project managers make this happen, which is why job opportunities continue to grow at a rate of 1.5 million per year. Stand out as a leader who can successfully manage projects in any industry with SDSU’s Professional Certificate in Project Management. The program gives you a hands-on approach to the latest tools, methodologies, and people skills required to lead a team. Upon completion, you’ll be able to successfully deliver projects on time and within budget. SDSU World Campus is a PMI® Registered Education Provider.

Program Benefits:

  • Learn theory and practical applications you can immediately apply to your work.
  • Learn the ten knowledge areas and five process groups outlined by the Project Management Institute (PMI®).
  • Classes meet just one night a week — convenient for most schedules.
  • Complete the certificate program in as little as eight months.
  • Prepare for the Project Management Professional (PMP®) Certification exam.

Certificate Requirements

To earn the Professional Certificate in Project Management with SDSU, you must complete eight (8) core courses and two (2) electives. If you are not pursuing a certificate, you may take as many individual courses as you wish, with the exception of the Capstone: Project Simulation. The Lean Certification elective course is a great way to incorporate Lean and Agile (PM) theories into the PMP mix. Having this knowledge is needed now more than ever since the new PMP Exam will have an Agile element to the traditional Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBoK) questions.

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