Project Management

Fall 2017                 

Project Management Classroom  
Thomas A. Philip, PhD

This Project Management Certificate Program will assist students in augmenting the skills necessary to remain competitive in the project management field. When students complete this program, they will have a good foundation in the many aspects of the project management life cycle. The intended audience for this program is project managers, business unit managers, sales force, marketing and business analysts.

Module I: Project Strategies, Start-Up & Initial Planning

Module 1 covers the process of initial discovery to produce a project proposal, present the proposal to the customer, and refine the proposal content to form the basis of a project contract, plus introduction to initial planning. (30 hours)

Newtown/ $525 (Plus the $75 for textbook)/WSMCE 5403 C01
5 Tu & 5 Th, 9/12-10/12, 6:30-9:30 pm

Module II: Scheduling, Monitoring/Controlling and Closing (Post-Implementation)
Prerequisite: Module I

Module II takes the project proposal through the Organizational and Operational Phases, building the project plan and addressing potential changes throughout the project. Content includes the change management that is inherent in every project.  The experiences and lessons learned from participating in the case study workshops will assist the students to incorporate best practices and improve their understanding of the project management process. (31 hours)

Newtown/ $525 /WSMCE 5404 C01
5 Tu & 5 Th, 10/17-11/17, 6:30-9:30 pm