Indiana Tech’s Project Management certificate program provides students with the knowledge and skills required to manage projects of every description, while preparing them to earn the industry-standard Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification. Indiana Tech’s program also provides the unique benefit of presenting project management from the perspective of cross-functional, integrated, complex organizations. Students learn project management from a managerial perspective and are introduced to key concepts in a way that prepares them to make management decisions on a global scale.
The Project Management certificate is comprised of five courses:
- Business Statistics – MBA 5210 (or Statistical Methods in Quality Assurance – MSE 6050) (3 credits)
- Quality Management – MBA 5320 (or Design for Lean Manufacturing – MSE 6020) (3 credits)
- Operations Management – MBA 5340 (or Enterprise Resource Planning – MSE 6030) (3 credits)
- Project Management I – MBA 6310 (3 credits)
- Leading Global Projects – MBA 6320 (3 credits)
Key Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the Project Management Graduate Certificate, you will be prepared to:
- Manage and lead project teams across a spectrum of business environments.
- Guide projects from planning to completion.
- Set budgets and timelines.
- Acquire outside resources as needed.
- Identify and evaluate project goals and deliverables.
- Sit for the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification exam.