This certificate covers the responsibilities of a project manager.
It includes the knowledge needed to manage a project, control costs, and schedule resources.
It also introduces the use of project management software to track project resources, tasks, and milestones.
Included in the program are basic business and management theory, as well as accounting principles.
Career Possibilities: Organizations need employees who understand basic business and management theory and can manage a project from inception to completion. Employment outlook for the 2012-2022 period projects over 40,000 job openings nationally for Project Managers, in a variety of industries, as a "new and emerging" occupation.
|ACCT||101||Fundamentals of College Accounting||Offered Prior to Spring 2017|
|or ACCT||301||Financial Accounting||Offered Prior to Spring 2017|
|BUS||300||Introduction to Business||Offered Prior to Spring 2017|
|MGMT||142||Project Management Techniques and Software||Offered Prior to Spring 2017|
|or CISA||160||Project Management Techniques and Software||Offered Prior to Spring 2017|
|MGMT||304||Introduction to Management Functions||Offered Prior to Spring 2017|