UW-Green Bay Offering New “Project Management Certificate” Program

Posted on 2-02-2023

UW-Green Bay is offering a new Project Management Certificate Program in cooperation with UW-Milwaukee.  Courses will be taught by instructors with industry and academic experience in a hybrid format that combines online study with scheduled virtual sessions. Courses are interactive and instructor-led, including recorded presentations, reading/writing assignments, quizzes, and online discussion.

Courses will begin February 6th, and run through June 17th, 2023. It is possible to earn the certificate in twenty weeks.

“Demand for project managers is expected to outpace demand for other occupations,” said Christopher Ledvina, UW-Green Bay Business Development Specialist, “As I meet with regional business leaders, project management training is a need I hear mentioned most often. We sought a solution to address the need.”

Seven core courses ( Project Management Foundations, Estimating Scheduling & Managing Project Performance, Managing Project Risks, Critical Thinking: Business Analysis and Decision-Making Strategies, Managing Project Scope and the Impact of Change, Empower Project Teams: Facilitating Communication and Collaboration) are required to earn the certificate with more offered, so flexibility is built-in. There is also a PMP® Boot Camp, which counts as two courses. Courses cover the essentials of staffing, communications, cost analysis, systems and more.

Complete Information about the Project Management Certificate program is available HERE.

UW Green Bay

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