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Take 6 classes over one year to complete the program.
Satisfies PMI formal education requirements for PMP or CAPM certification.
Geared towards professionals who do not have formal project management training, this noncredit program provides essential fundamental training in common methodologies used by project managers today. You will complete the program with a well-rounded set of both hard and soft skills needed to understand and implement project management best practice, including the principles of project management, project team management, and project assessment.
After completion of this program, depending on individual circumstances, you may consider preparing for the Project Management Institute (PMI) Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) or Project Management Professional (PMP) exam.
You may also register for classes individually rather than the full program.
Schedule: Classes are generally offered each semester during one of the following times:
1-day in-person classes: Weekdays from 9 am to 4 pm (with a 1-hour lunch)
2-day in-person classes: Weeknights from 6 to 9 pm
Classes may be offered online, conforming to the same schedule or with a primarily asynchronous format.
Tuition: Each in-person class is $279/ $1699 total upon completion*
There is a $25 fee required to register for the full program. Registration and payment of the $25 nonrefundable fee, signifies the intent to complete all courses associated with this program. Fees cover additional student services provided for our program students.
Tuition is due at the beginning of each course.
Financial aid is not available for this noncredit program. Students are encouraged to inquire with their employers to determine if tuition assistance is available.
* Tuition listed above is for the 2021-2022 academic year, and subject to change without advance notice. Online options, when available, may result in a lower overall tuition.
Most daytime classes: University of Utah Sandy Center One Sandy Center 10011 Centennial Pkwy, Suite 100 Sandy, UT
Most evening classes: Continuing Education Building Research Park 540 Arapeen Drive Salt Lake City, UT
This program is entry-level, with no prerequisites. Register for the program, then complete 6 required classes within 1 year with a grade of “Satisfactory” to successfully complete the program, and to earn the completion award and digital badge:
Fundamentals of Project Management I
Fundamental of Project Management II
Project Risk Management
Project Leadership, Teambuilding and Communication
Feedback, Delegation, and Expectations for Effective Managers
Total Hours of Instruction: 36
You must complete Fundamentals of Project Management I before taking any other courses in the program.
A solid foundation in project management. This program’s required coursework provides depth and breadth that allow even those new to project management to begin effectively using project management methodologies on the job. It is also an excellent foundation for those wishing to continue their study of project management after this program.
Dynamic instructors with deep project management experience. Instructors for this program have been selected based on their professional experience, education, and ability to teach in a dynamic and engaging manner. Each instructor brings unique experience from banking, healthcare, technology, finance, and accounting organizations. These instructors are all engaged in their fields and bring a wealth of Project Management knowledge and experience to this program.
This program provides essential knowledge in project management basics and will prepare the students to bring project management practices to their workplace, and/or to determine if CAPM or PMP certification is the right path for them. It is designed for a variety of individuals:
Individuals new to project management.
Individuals who have been in project management but want to better understand the concepts and popular methodologies of project management.
Individuals who are interested in pursuing the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) or Project Management Professional (PMP) certifications and want to brush up on the fundamental skills.
Experience in project coordination or management is encouraged but not required.