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Manage. Lead. Master Your Career.
Innovative courses meld industry and practitioner-based readings with scientific research that foster strong critical thinking skills to keep pace with any fast-changing environment. Build your confidence with real-world course work that teaches you how to manage a technology implementation project from start to finish.
A bachelor’s degree is required for admission to this graduate certificate program.
Start January 9
Courses start every 8 weeks
What Courses Will I Take?
This course is built for business leaders who are involved in completing special projects and want to master the latest project management methods and techniques. Learn to apply tools and strategies to real-world projects with opportunities to practice your skills through high-level, hands-on training on Microsoft Office Project 2007.
Technology and Project Management
This course explores the use of project management methods and processes applied to information technology, maintenance, and innovation — including issues of strategy, change, risks, and ethics. Students will examine the challenges of managing current organizational technology platforms, product choices and new implementations, and opportunities for innovation.
- Skilled project managers are in high demand in the fields of IT, business service, oil and gas, finance and insurance, manufacturing, construction, and utility industries
- Boost your earning potential and your career
- Keep your career on the cutting edge— while saving time and money
Real Community. Real Experience.
Michael Snell has 20 years if business experience inclusing 6 years as a state medical commissioner for Washington State, a commissioner on the Washington State Medical Quality Assurance Commission, and direcctor of several other healthcare based businesses.
"Our courses are designed by a team of academically and industry qualified professionals who develop experiential and problem-based learning experiences to ensure learning in the classroom is really connected to things going on in today’s workplace."
"Data is one of the most valuable commodities of the 21st century and the volume of big data impacting organizations is enormous. Knowing how to collect, assess, and harness that data to supplement decision making is key for leaders today."
Dr. Tim Bagwell
"My IT project management and development experience has primarily been in the healthcare, health insurance, and pharma manufacturing fields. I have developed medical billing systems, mental health crisis center Client Relationship Management (CRM), and implemented enterprise-level Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS)"
"I love sharing my professional experiences with students in sharing real world business situations. The students enjoyed learning from what I shared and they appreciated learning from hands-on real experiences."
“Project management is as simple or as complicated as the project, and the skill set starts with being intellectually curious,” says Kane Tomlin.
Tomlin is a PMI-certified Project Management Professional who oversees the project management office of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement where he works as a special programs administrator.
Explore Common Careers
Project Management Consultant
Empower businesses to make informed decisions throughout the lifecycle of a project.Average Yearly Salary:
Identify areas that can be improved to increase efficiency and strengthen processes.Average Yearly Salary:
Human Resources Manager
Serve as a crucial link between an organization's management and its employees.Average Yearly Salary:
Manage project tasks, timelines, and budgets to help teams stay on track.Average Yearly Salary:
Take ownership or a project from start to finishAverage Yearly Salary: