Project Management Certificate Program

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Effectively managing multiple projects, resources and budgets is critical in today's global business environment. UMass Lowell's Project Management Certificate Program is a six course noncredit certificate that offers working professionals intensive training in one of today's hottest fields. The program consists of classes on planning and scheduling, resources and budgeting, risk management, Microsoft Project and Advanced Microsoft Project, leadership and negotiation. As a R.E.P., UMass Lowell has been approved by PMI to issue professional development units (PDUs) for its training courses  and offers participants a choice of electives to customize the certificate around their particular areas of interest.

Learn more about UMass Lowell's Advanced Certificate in Project Management

UMass Lowell's noncredit Certificate Program in Project Management will provide you with the opportunity to learn more about the latest tools and business trends that many successful companies are using today.

Required Seminars: (3)

Elective Seminars:

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Certificate Requirements

Students enrolled in this certificate program must complete the indicated series of required and elective seminars. Students may complete the certificate program at their own pace, enrolling in one or more seminars per semester. Call (978) 934-2473 for specific course scheduling information.

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The Division of Online and Continuing Education offers seminars during the Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer. See our complete list of currently scheduled project management courses.

You may take these seminars individually, or you may take them towards your certificate, but you must meet the individual seminar prerequisites if there are any indicated in the seminar description. Registrations are accepted on a first come, first served basis. Class size is limited. We recommend that you register early to reserve your place in class. A "certificate of completion" is given at the end of each individual seminar.

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Once you have completed all of your courses toward the certificate program, please send a completed Project Management Certificate Completion Form to UMass Lowell, Division of Online and Continuing Education, Attn: Karen von Sneidern, Southwick Hall, Suite 303, 1 University Avenue, Lowell, MA 01854-2881. Once your Certificate Completion Form has been received and your courses verified, you will be sent a certificate of completion in the mail.

Tuition

Please refer to our noncredit seminar listings or call (978) 934-2473 for the latest information on project management noncredit seminar tuition and fees.

For More Information

For additional information on the Project Management Certificate Program, call Karen von Sneidern at (978) 934-2473 or email Karen_vonSneidern@uml.edu

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For additional information on our Project Management courses and certificate program, call Karen von Sneidern at 978-934-2473 or email Karen_vonSneidern@uml.edu

Customized to Meet Your Company's Needs

We can offer customized credit or noncredit training, at your facility or ours, during or after work hours. We'll tailor a training program to fit your employee development goals, budget, and timeframe. Degree and certificate programs can also be offered onsite.

"I wanted to thank all the presenters for a wonderful information session. It was great to hear from and meet so many of the program instructors. Their presentations managed to capture their enthusiasm for this field, their topics of expertise and the program in general. I especially enjoyed the opportunity to  listen to and talk with the student who recently completed the program." - L. Regan