As projects continue to become more complex, project managers and teams are often being asked to do more with less. Their executives and clients expect innovation, agility, and responsiveness.
SDSU’s College of Extended Studies offers project management training, leading to a Professional Certificate in Project Management that is designed to give project managers (and any other professionals who work on projects) the tools they need to successfully manage any type of project - regardless of scope or industry.
This certificate program offers four courses beginning in February, including:
Introduction to Project Management: Framework and Integration, Tuesdays, Feb. 11-March 11, 6-9 pm
This course is designed for those who have already been introduced to project management, but are looking to gain more understanding about project management’s framework, standards, and knowledge areas.
Team Building, Thursdays, Feb. 13-March 13, 6-9 pm
This “how-to” course defines the environment, roles, responsibilities, behaviors, and activities that support teams in an organization.
Microsoft Project for Project Managers, Tuesdays, Feb. 18-March 25, 6-9 pm
This class covers proper techniques necessary for building an effective project management schedule using MS Project with an emphasis on the relationship to the project lifecycle.
Earned Value Management, Thursdays, Feb. 20-March 20, 6-9 pm
Students will learn the best-known technique for monitoring overall project performance against cost and schedule expectations.
For more information, call (619) 594-5489, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.neverstoplearning.net/pm. SDSU’s College of Extended Studies is a PMI-registered education provider.
This is a SDSU Research Foundation program.