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Project Management Certificate Series


Break into lucrative project management in fast-growing IT fieldproject-management-badge-icon

The University of Central Missouri's Project Management Certificate Series program is a self-paced, online course designed for busy adults. The Project Management Bundle, powered by JER, covers the three most valuable certificates available in project management: PMP, CAPM and ITIL. Project managers represent some of the highest paid professionals in the IT industry, one of the fastest growing sectors in the marketplace. Since the package includes CAPM, students without any experience in project management are encouraged to complete this program to help them break into this lucrative field. PMP and ITIL, also included, are two of the most established credentials for high-level project management. Students will learn how to manage an entire project life cycle from initiation and planning through execution, acceptance and closure. Through this program, students earn a certificate of completion preparing you to take the industry recognized certification and continuing education units which may not be applied to a degree program and are not eligible for federal financial aid.

UCM certificate cost icon   $899
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Online, self-paced course

Contact hours icon   100 including classroom training and homework  Prerequesites checklist icon    No prerequisites



Prepare for success through this valuable coursefour-people-collaborating-at-computer

The US Bureau of Labor Statistics does not report employment outlook for project managers as an occupation because the field can be incorporated in any area. Adzuna reports there are 178,050 project management jobs in the United States with an average salary of $106,529. (  Salaries will vary based on level of training and experience.


What you will learn

  • Nine project management knowledge areas: integration, scope, time, cost, quality, human resources, communications, risk and procurement management
  • Five key process groups: initiating, planning, executing, controlling and closing processes
  • How to start the PMP application process
  • How to understand the PMBOK structure
  • How to understand how the knowledge areas fit into the process groups
  • How to identify and map inputs, outputs and techniques for each knowledge area


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