Who Should Attend?
Management is a growing field because the components are so broadly
applicable across a wide range of professions. Companies are interested
in finding successful, high level employees that are highly trained in
managing complex global projects that exist in today’s work environment.
Oakland University's Project Management Certificate can help you
establish the educational foundation necessary to gain the credentials
recognized throughout the globe.
- Anyone responsible for completing projects/assignments on time, under budget while meeting customer requirements.
- Those interested in learning the core knowledge tested on the
Project Management Institute's Project Management Professional (PMP)
- People interested in advancing their knowledge of Project Management
- People such as:
- Project Managers / Team Leaders
- Team Leaders moving into team leadership positions
- Key Team Members
- Functional Managers
- Process and Performance Improvement Team Members
- Business Planning Personnel
The course is designed to assist professionals with their PMI
exam certification process. This is accomplished by: (1) alignment of
the course materials with the project management body of knowledge, (2)
an instructor possessing 30 years of graduate and undergraduate teaching
experience at a major University level, and (3) an examination of best
practices through examples and ideal theories for eight project
management knowledge areas. The eight knowledge areas examined include:
1. Project Integration Management
2. Project Scope Management
3. Project Time Management
4. Project Cost Management
5. Project Quality Management
6. Project Human Resource Management
7. Project Communications Management
8. Project Risk Management
- Class meetings will be held in Elliott Hall, which is located on Oakland University's Main Campus in Rochester, Michigan.
- Please note, lunch will not be provided. A One (1) hour break will be allotted for students to acquire their own meal.
- Search for CRN 90021 to register.
For more information, visit www.oakland.edu/projectmanagementprinciples