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Project Management Certificate

Learn to get it all under control

For Technical and Non-Technical Majors
 

Businesses and organizations of all kinds are looking for leaders to keep projects on task, on time, and on budget. Our Project Management Certificate Program’s activity-based work will enable you to practice successful project management skills – and you’ll also gain a valuable resume credential.

The 15-16 hour, residential Project Management Certificate Program will appear on your transcript upon graduation. Any OHIO student seeking a bachelor’s degree on any OHIO campus is eligible.

Enrolled in an online OHIO bachelor’s program? We offer a 100 percent online Project Management Certificate Program.

Questions? Contact Engineering Technology and Management Department Chair Todd Myers or Assistant Professor Neil Littell.

Apply for the Project Management Certificate
 

Required courses (dependent on major, contact Assistant Professor Neil Littell at 740.593.1457 to confirm):
Computer Methods (3 credit hours)
ETM 1030, Enterprise Computer Methods: Study of common methods used to solve enterprise computing problems.

Alternate courses: ISE 1100, MIS 2010, or MIS 2011 or CE 2010 or CS 2400

Accounting (2 credit hours)
ACCT 1005, Accounting for Business Activities: Introduction to accounting principles, terminology, and concepts; and accounting processes, procedures, and analytical tools.

Alternate courses: ACCT 1010, Acct 1000, or ET 3300

Management (9 credit hours, take 3 courses)
ETM 3620, Supervision and Leadership: Examines the basic principles of supervision, planning, organizing, staffing, leading, and organizing people and operations and their application to actual on the job situations.

Other accepted courses: MGT 2000, 2100, MGT 3200, MGT 3400, MGT 3500, MGT 4560, MGT 4580, HLTH 3350, SASM 3220, CE 2160

Project Management (2 credit hours)
ETM 3830, Project Management: Learn the skills, tools, and strategies needed to meet the needs of managing engineering projects.

Alternate courses: ISE 4190 or ISE 4490