The SMU Certificate in Project Management is a non-credit certificate program offered in an intensive format over the course of five days.
Program fast facts
||8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
||August 24-28, 2015 (Dallas Campus)
Download Managing Troubled Projects by Dr. Dave Adkins, PMP®.
Who Should Register?
This course is for new project managers and team members, as well as those who have experience practicing project management. Professionals in all fields can benefit from project management education.
What are the Benefits?
The SMU Certificate Program in Project Management is designed to meet the educational requirement to sit for the PMP exam.
Taught by practicing professionals, this program provides a thorough review of project management tools and techniques, as well as the people side of the discipline.
You will learn the six elements of an effective project plan and how to manage and control project execution, communications, and reporting.
The program contains 40 hours of project management education and is consistent with A Guide to the PMI® Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK™ Fifth Edition.)
Due to the intensive cohort nature of the program, you will register and pay for the certificate (two modules) at one time. Tuition includes textbooks.
Module 1 (Three Days) - Tools and Techniques
Module 2 (Two Days) - The People Side