Who Should Attend
These programs are designed for workers who must possess strong planning and communication skills and the ability to weigh risks and manage resources in order to successfully execute a project.
Project managers are needed across industry sectors, including agriculture and natural resources; arts and entertainment; building trades and construction; energy and utilities; engineering and design; finance and business; health and human services; hospitality, tourism, and recreation; manufacturing and product development; public and private education services; public services; retail and wholesale trade; transportation; and information technology.
- On Campus and Web
- Students work on a group project that is carried through all required courses.
- Credit is earned toward the PMP credential.
- Gets you ready to sit for the exam.
- For those who have taken our certificate program or those who are seeking a refresher course.
Penn State Abington is a Project Management Institute (PMI)® Registered Education ProviderPMI, PMP and the PMI Registered Education Provider logo are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.