About the course
The Sonoma State University Project Management Certificate program satisfies the educational requirements necessary to sit for the Project Management Institute (PMI) Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) examination, and the Project Management Professional (PMP) examination.
Traditional topics include the project lifecycle phases of initiating, planning, executing, monitoring and controlling, and closing. Other topics include project integration, scope, scheduling, cost, quality, human resource, risk, procurement and stakeholder engagement.
Project Management is focused on organizing and managing resources necessary for the completion of a project. It includes planning and designing, preparing budgets, monitoring a project’s process, communicating with stakeholders, and tracking results to meet the company’s goals and timeline. Project Management is utilized in all industries, from IT and construction, to marketing and human resources. Whether your project is developing new software, building a road, or developing a new employee development program, skilled project management will guide your organization towards successful completion of a project.
The Project Management Certificate program will cover the five phases of the project lifecycle process of:
- Monitoring and Controlling
Additional topics include:
- Project integration
- Human resources
- Risk management
- Stakeholder engagement
Jim Robison has over 30 years’ experience in business operations management as director of supply chain, director of production control, materials manager, inventory manager, purchasing manager, accounts payable manager, and as the owner of a small business. In addition, he served in the U.S. Arm...
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