30 Total Credits Required
Study the latest tools and techniques for the successful delivery of a project. Our program doesn’t just focus on project management like many degrees. Instead, we include an emphasis on program management so you’ll graduate as a well-rounded professional. You’ll gain technical skills such as cost and risk management, aligning projects with strategic objectives, and leadership skills like team building, conflict resolution, and effective communication. Our program focuses on people skills and management, so you’ll be prepared to work cross-functionally in diverse industries.
Courses can be counted as Professional Development Units (PDUs) for the PMP exam.
Applicants who hold an active PMP certification may be eligible to waive the Foundations of Project Management course.
This course enables students to build on their critical thinking skills and apply oral and written communication strategies to solve organizational problems and drive organizational change. Students will develop, execute, and measure strategies applicable to a wide range of industries. Topics include negotiation and facilitation; crisis communications and public relations; virtual and global communications; and stakeholder management.
Agile project management techniques are being applied within a growing number of companies of various sizes and industries, from the entrepreneurial to the conservative. This course covers characteristics and delivery frameworks for agile project management. The course also explores how agile methods differ from traditional project management, along with how to recognize projects that may be suitable for agile techniques. Additional topics include the values, roles, deliverables, and practices of Scrum; additional agile and iterative methods; scalability and enterprise-wide considerations.
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