Project Management Certificate at Penn State Abington

Take your career to the next level! A Project Management Certificate from Penn State Abington looks great on your resume and 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 participate in a recognized certificate program.


Increase your credibility. A certificate from Penn State University is recognized and held in high regard with many local Philadelphia employers.

Network, Network, Network.

Our participants come from many different industries including healthcare, IT, local/state/federal government, and construction. This is a great way to explore new career paths.

Why Become a Project Management Professional?

Having the Project Management Professional, PMP® certification, established by the Project Management Institute (PMI),  tells a potential employer that you have the basic body of knowledge needed to be a successful Project Manager.

What's the Job Outlook for Project Managers?

According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, Project Managers in IT will grow by 15% between 2012 – 2022, which is “faster than the average”.

In Montgomery County PA, Project Managers will grow by 11.7% between now and 2016.




PMI, PMP®, and the PMBOK® Guide are registered marks of the Project Management Institute.

Randy Ingbritsen
Randy Ingbritsen