Project managers are change agents: they take ownership of project goals and use their skills and expertise to inspire a sense of shared purpose within the project team. Course is taught by PMI-certified PMP® instructors and aligned with national certification to enable you to understand the human side of project management, perceive approaches for agile, iterative and adaptive environments, and understand how to prepare for the PMP® or CAPM® Exam.
This course will equip you to:
- Analyze the role of Project Management in contemporary organizations.
- Evaluate the various Project Management models, including an overview of the Agile model.
- Utilize critical Project Management terminology used throughout the PMBOK® and PMP® exams.
- Describe, in detail, the key components of the 5 Phases of every project: initiation, planning, execution, monitoring & controlling, and closure.
- Situate the various Project Management knowledge areas within the context of the 5 project phases.
- Prepare for the CAPM® or PMP® exam.
This course is designed for individuals with varying backgrounds and experiences; whether you are relatively new to project management or currently working on projects. All courses provide the skills and current industry best practices which must be learned and perfected by current project management professionals seeking to remain current in their field and/or earn the 35 educational hours needed to sit for PMI certification. This program was designed and prepared specifically for project managers to understand their important, key role in managing and supporting key projects that align with and support organizational strategic plans.
Anticipate 7 hours per week working through the 5-week program.
Discussion posts due on Mondays and all other deliverables due on Saturdays.
Begin your class on the Sunday following paid registration.
Robert Peter Massoud
Robert Peter Massoud
This course consists of five weeks of guided learning, each comprising multimedia, interactive modules, curated readings, Monday Discussions, and Saturday Deliverables.
It is expected that you will spend approximately seven hours per week working through these materials and assignments. Begin your class on the Sunday following full enrollment.
Program includes “Strategies for Success” course.
Our Strategies for Success course is the first step in your online educational journey. This is a one-week course that will familiarize you with our online learning system, to ensure when you begin your certificate program you are ready to learn and fully participate.
Bryant’s program is aligned with the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), and best practices.
We successfully integrate the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®) methodology formulated by the Project Management Institute (PMI®) into all course materials and supporting case studies. Certification Process: https://www.pmi.org/certifications/certification-resources/process