Project Management career opportunities are increasing even when the
job market is challenging. Developing the project management skills
employers demand can improve your marketability and may be
transferrable from one industry to another, giving you a lot of
In this program, you’ll learn the knowledge and
skills essential to project managers and those who work on projects in
other support roles. The materials in this program are aligned with the
international recognized standards of project management. This program
is oriented to concepts and knowledge areas such as Time, Cost, Risk
and Communications. Each lesson focuses exclusively on a single topic
so that you can more easily grasp that topic before moving onto the
Once complete, students will meet or exceed the
educational pre-requisites for either the Certified Associate In
Project Management (CAPM®) certification offered through the Project
Management Institute (PMI)®.
To learn more about PDUs and how they may fit into your continuing education needs, please visit pmi.org.
Materials in this course are based on the text, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide), Fifth edition, Project Management Institute, Inc. 2013.
Project Management Institute (PMI) recently updated the PMBOK Guide with changes to the Project Management Professional (PMP) exam and CAPM exam taking effect in the first quarter of 2018. This course currently references the PMBOK Guide – Fifth Edition and the current version of the PMP and CAPM exams. We welcome you to enroll in this current version of the course as it reflects the current version of the PMP and CAPM exams.