The Graduate Certificate in Project Management program, a 21-credit graduate program, is designed to meet the needs of project leaders and managers from the private and public sectors. It consists of seven 3-credit academic courses that are designed for students who want to improve their project management knowledge and skills but do not have time to attend a full degree program.
This program is designed for students who possess a bachelor's degree or higher and requires formal admission into UMT. The program was developed by a faculty team under the leadership of Dr. J. Davidson Frame, a world-renowned project management expert. For two decades, Dr. Frame and fellow UMT instructors have educated more than 35,000 managers in this area.
For students desiring to become certified as Project Management Professionals (PMPs), the program provides the foundation knowledge covered on the certification exam. It is in close conformance with The Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide), which offers the acknowledged standards governing the theory and practice of project management.