Core Project Management and Exam Prep
- Provides Basic Project Management Skills
- Offers a Pathway to PMI® Certification
- PMI® Approved for CCR Credits (PMI PDUs)
If you are considering a career in project management, these basic courses provide you with an in-depth understanding of project management theories and tools. In addition they afford the foundation for study of more advanced courses in specialized project management topic areas. Exam prep courses prepare you to sit for Project Management Institute (PMI)® certification.
This semester, study from anywhere in the world in the safety and comfort of your home through online or remote instruction.
Basic Project Management
Learn the fundamentals of the theory, tools, and techniques of successful project management that cover the entire project life cycle.
Project Management Foundations and Methods
This course covers the theoretical and practical foundations of project management that are applicable to projects of all kinds and sizes.
Project Management Professional (PMP)(R) Certification Exam Prep
In this advanced project management course, master the PMBOK® global standard and prepare for the Project Management Professional (PMP)® exam.
Project Management (CAPM) Certification Exam Prep
Learn theories, tools, and techniques behind successful project management practices and prepare for the CAPM® exam.
Project Management Tools and Applications
Learn how to efficiently use industry-standard applications to create effective communications for project management.
Scaled Agile Framework
Learn the fundamentals of Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe), allowing you to drive improvements in business agility and preparing you for certification.
Ready for Launch: Foundations of Learning Design & Project Management
Ready for Launch is an in-person continuing education course for Career Pathways Bridge Fellows that provides the content knowledge, skill sets,...
Trends in Project Management
This course will explore emerging trends in project management, from the early adopters of the mid-20th century to the future of the discipline.