MS Project Management Certificates
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UW-Platteville offers two online project management certificates. These certificates are separate from the Master of Science in Project Management (MSPM) program, but credit earned for them may be applied toward completion of the MSPM. To earn a certificate, students must complete all of the required courses through UW-Platteville. All courses must be taken under the direction of University of Wisconsin-Platteville faculty. Transferred courses and course substitutions are not allowed.
To obtain a certificate, students must
- Achieve a minimum grade of "C" in each course for the certificate program
- Complete the certificate program with a minimum GPA of 3.00
- Request a certificate from the Distance Learning Center within one year upon completion of the final course in the certificate
Project Management Certificate (9 cr.)
Together, the courses in this certificate address the ten knowledge areas of the Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®), providing many of the competencies needed to prepare for the Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification exam.
- PROJMGT 7010 Project Management Techniques I
- PROJMGT 7020 Project Management Techniques II
BUSADMIN 5540 Quality Management
- BUSADMIN 7540 Advanced Quality Management
Advanced Project Management Certificate (9 cr.)
The advanced certificate is available for those who have mastered basic project management skills and wish to continue their education. Some of the courses have pre-requisites that may be waived for certified Project Management Professionals.
And choose one of the following three:
PROJMGT 7040 Interpersonal Skills for Virtual and Co-Located Project Teams
PROJGMT 7060 Advanced Project Management Tools and Techniques
- PROJMGT 7980 Independent Study in Project Management (1-4 cr.)
Advanced Project Management Certificate (9 cr.) for Clarke University MBA Students
Available only to Clarke University MBA students, this Advanced Certificate in Project Management is an ideal way to leverage your graduate degree in business administration with an additional skill set in the essential field of project management. You must have completed 18 credits in the Clarke MBA program to be eligible. Please consult your Clarke University academic advisor for more information.
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