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Project Management Certificate Program
Enhance your professional skills and marketability!
The Project Management Certificate Program at the University of South Carolina was designed and developed to provide experienced professionals with the advanced skill sets necessary for organizing and leading productive projects within the business arena.
Project Management Certificate
September 26 – September 29, 2016
November 7 – December 1, 2016
Fundamentals of Project Management
September 12 – September
USC’s 4 day in-class intensive certificate program was intended for professionals who want to distinguish themselves and validate their project management expertise by obtaining the globally recognized Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification through the prestigious Project Management Institute (PMI®). USC's Project Management Certificate program provides the 35 hours of training required to take the PMP® certification exam. The program thoroughly explores the inner and outer workings of project logistics, management, constraints, risks and execution necessary to deliver projects within the desired scope.
Even if you choose not to pursue your PMP® certification, any professional responsible for managing projects will benefit from this certificate and training. Whether in the private or public sector, individuals who have earned their project management certificate will have the expertise to execute successful projects.
Program Focus Areas:
- Process of Project Management
- Initiating a Project
- Planning a Project
- Developing and Managing Cost Estimates and Budgets
- Planning Quality, Staffing and Communication
- Analyzing Risks and Planning Risk Responses
- Executing, Managing and Controlling Project Work
- Closing Project Work
Tuition for the Project Management Certificate is $2,200, which includes all courseware and the University of South Carolina certificate upon completion.
- Attend all 4 in-class training sessions
- Complete all practice exams, class assignments and homework
To mitigate the cost of the program, USC has established a relationship with Sallie Mae for continuing education students. Sallie Mae will evaluate your credit score and determine your eligibility. They may also recommend a co-borrower for those with low scores or minimal credit history. To speak with an advisor about financing options, click here.