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What you'll learn
- Use a variety of project management techniques, skills, and knowledge to support improved business outcomes.
- Develop strategies to bridge the gap between business needs and the desired outcome using appropriate project management tools, techniques, and mindset.
- Assess approaches to solving business problems using established evidence-based decision-making techniques. Understand what the project performance data that you are collecting is telling you and how to guide projects to successful completion.
- Use a project management approach to communicate technical and business information to a variety of stakeholders.
- Study in a field that is both highly sought after and relevant to today’s business problems and opportunities.
- Learn from industry-experienced professionals.
- Considered the cornerstone in many organizations, Project Managers are highly sought after in a wide range of industries.
- This program addresses emerging trends in project management through courses in Agile project management
- Earn micro-badges in Process Mapping and Analytics with the Mohawk/IBM partnership
- Upon completion of the first semester of the program, you’ll be eligible to write the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) certification (an entry-level designation offered by the Project Management Institute, PMI)
Admission and Registration
We are no longer accepting accepting students into this program. Students who are currently in progress should email Continuing Education, Technology and Skills Development at firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
- Project Management Institute (PMI) credential
- Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt certification
- Micro-badges through IBM and Cognitive Class
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This is a BYOD (Bring your own device) program. View the laptop requirements on the full-time program page.
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