Project Management at Penn State Abington

Our new courses this Fall -

 

Project Management Bootcamp with Simulation - an introductory course in collaboration with Merit Career Development.

Project Mgmt Institute

Why Project Management at Penn State Abington?

 

Take your career to the next level.

A Project Management Certificate from Penn State looks great on your resume or job application.

Become more desirable to your current employer.

Employers are always looking at the bottom line, and project managers help keep costs down. Your employer will appreciate that you took the initiative to attend our program.

Increase your credibility.

A certificate from Penn State is easily recognized and held in high regard by employers.

Our programs:

 

Project Management Bootcamp with Simulation

This program will be delivered on Campus on April 15, 2015, but can also be delivered at a company site to help project teams become more cohesive and focused in the execution of their projects.

 

Certificate Program

On Campus
Spring Program begins January 22
Students work on a group project that is carried through all required courses.
 


MS Project

Which can be taken while you are in the certificate program or as a stand alone course.

 

Project Management Professional Exam Preparation

Gets you ready to sit for the exam. This is for those who have taken our certificate program or those who are seeking a refresher course.  Dates to be announced.



Penn State Abington is a Project Management Institute (PMI)® Registered Education Provider

 


PMI, PMP and the PMI Registered Education Provider logo are registered marks of the
Project Management Institute, Inc.


Contact
Randy Ingbritsen
Randy Ingbritsen
215-881-7405
Job Outlook for Project Managers

"The field of project management is incredibly hot…the outlook might be brightest for PMs in the biotech and high-tech arenas."

- wetfeet.com

"The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics expects job growth in this field to be faster than average through 2018."

- Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-11