Project Management - Classroom
Managers, executives and project specialists all know the importance of good project tracking and planning. In the Project Management Certificate Program, you will learn the project management life cycle as defined by the Project Management Institute (PMI). Taught independently of any project management tools, the program combines reading and discussion, presentations and case study workshops with students playing various roles.
A Certificate of Participation and Professional Development Units (PDUs) are awarded upon completion. Attendance at all classes is required to receive the certificate. Matthew Tyksinski
Special Note: Successful completion of BCCC Project Management courses satisfies the PMI credentialing educational requirement of at least 35 hours of courses, workshops or training through university/college academic or continuing education programs.
***BCCC is a PMI R.E.P. (Registered Education Provider)
Course I: Project Strategies, Start-Up & Initial Planning (31 hours)
Lower Bucks Campus/ $485 (plus $50 textbook fee)
WSMCE 5403 C50/ Fall, 2013
Approved Hours: 31 (PMI, Act 48)
Course II: Project Scheduling, Control & Post-Implementation Review (31 hours)
Lower Bucks Campus/$485(same texts as Course I)/ WSMCE 5404 C50/ 10 Wed, 6/5-8/14, 6-9 pm
(no class 7/3)
Approved Hours: 30 (PMI, Act 48)
Project Management - Online
This is a comprehensive online program designed to familiarize managers, executives, professionals and project specialists with the importance of good project launches, effective planning and scheduling, and important control and closing of a project. In this Project Management Online Certificate Program you will learn the project management life cycle as defined by the Project Management Institute (PMI). This online program combines readings, online discussions, project application and case study assignments. You will be required to apply the concepts to a “real-world” project of your own.
A Certificate of Participation and Professional Development Units (PDUs) are awarded upon completion. Weekly participation online and completion of assignments is required to receive the certificate. Celine Gullace, PMP
Successful completion of BCCC Project Management online courses satisfies the PMI credentialing educational requirement of at least 35 hours of courses, workshops or training through university/college academic or continuing education programs.
Project Management in Practice - Fourth Edition - ISBN No. 978-0-470-533017
Course 1: Getting Started, Initiating a Project and Initial Planning (30 hours)
Online/ $485 (plus $87 for textbooks)/ WSMCE 5405 C20/ 6/1-7/8 (no class the week of 6/24)
Approved Hours: 30 (PMI, Act 48))
Course II: Scheduling, Monitoring/Controlling and Closing (Post-Implementation) (30 hours)
Online/ $485 /WSMCE 5406 C20/ 7/29-9/2
Approved Hours: 30 (PMI, Act 48)
Introduction to Microsoft Project 2010 - Online
Discover how to effectively plan, implement, and control projects using Microsoft Project 2010, the world’s most popular project management software. Requirements: Microsoft Windows Vista or XP, Microsoft Project Standard 2010 are required. This software must be installed and fully operational before the course begins. Also required are Internet access, e-mail, the Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox Web browser, and the Adobe Flash and PDF plug-ins (two free and simple downloads you obtain at http://www.adobe.com/downloads by clicking Get Adobe Flash Player and Get Adobe Reader). This course is not suitable for Macintosh users.
To register, visit www.ed2go.com/bucks.
Online/ $95/ ECOAP 0238
Approved Hours: 24 (Act 48)
Introduction to Microsoft Project 2010
If you are a current Project Manager or Administrator, or see this as your next career step, this course is for you! Learn the basic functions and features of this powerful project management tool: how to create a new project file, create and modify task lists, create a Work Breakdown Structure, and work with task relationships. You’ll also learn how to create resource calendars, work with different project views and tables, and more.
Prerequisite: Experience with Microsoft WORD and EXCEL (or equivalent); some experience on a project team or completion of a course in the fundamentals of Project Management; students must have access to a computer with MS Project 2010.
$245 (plus book fee)/ WCOAP 3054 C01, C50, C20, Approved Hours: 12 (Act 48, PMI)
C01 /Newtown Campus/ 2 Sa, 2/2-2/9, 9 am-3:30 pm/ Bruno Ciarelli, PMP
C21 /Online/ C21/ 6/4-6/30, Celine Gullace, PMP, PhD
C22 /Online/ C22/ 10/7-11/2, Celine Gullace, PMP, PhD
Microsoft Project 2010 Advanced
Build on the concepts and skills learned in Introduction to Project 2010. Topic coverage includes baseline and interim plans, analysis of project statistics, project file formatting, custom views, and exchanging project data.
Prerequisite: Completion of a basic level course in MS Project (any version); access to a computer with MS Project 2010.
$245 (plus book fee)/ WCOAP 3052 C01, C50, C20, Approved Hours: 12 (Act 48, PMI)
C50 /Lower Bucks Campus/ 2 Sa, 10/26-11/2, 9 am-3:30 pm/ Bruno Ciarelli, PMP
C20 /Online/ 5/20-6/17/ Celine Gullace, PMP, PhD
C21 /Online/ 7/8-8/3
C22 /Online/ 11/11-12/14
Celine Gullace, PMP, PhD