Director of Project Management
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The online Project Management Certificate from Ohio University is for professionals who currently work, or aspire to work, in positions responsible for keeping projects on time, on budget and on track for success. Upon completion, students in this 9-credit, 100% online program can use the certificate as a gateway to further study, transferring credits towards the Master of Science in Project Management (MSPM).
The vital skills you learn in Ohio University's Project Management Certificate program can complement and enhance almost any skillset and career.
Project managers will continue to be in demand, with an expected need for more than two million to fill all the open roles that will be available by 20301. As a result, Ohio University graduates can look forward to both security and advancement opportunities.
9 Credits | 3 Total Courses
When you choose the online Project Management Graduate Certificate at Ohio University, you quickly earn a credential that signals your knowledge and skillset to employers. The three courses provide progressive levels of mastery over concepts you can use to lead your team to success.
Courses for the Project Management Certificate program include:
No GRE/ GMAT Required | 6 Starts per Year
|Fall B 2023||Spring 2024|
|Application Deadline: 10/9/23||Application Deadline: 12/11/23|
|Classes Begin: 10/16/23||Classes Begin: 1/8/24|
PM Certificate admission requirements include:
$24,870 (Ohio Residents) | $829 per Credit (Ohio Residents)
Ohio University's online Project Management Certificate helps you quickly gain a credential and skills you can use to advance your career, and at Ohio University, you can prepare yourself for that level of success across a range of disciplines. Combined with the ability to complete your degree 100% online, the investment you make in developing your project management skills now will pay for itself over and over throughout your career.
Ohio University provides a dynamic educational experience for our students through a combination of flexible online courses and in-person engagement opportunities. All MSPM students attend our Leadership Development Conference to network and connect with fellow students, program faculty and Ohio University alumni.
This two-day conference is designed to bridge the gap between classroom learning and real-world application through an exploration of various aspects of leadership, such as how to lead yourself, how to lead and influence others and how to effectively lead businesses and enterprises in today’s modern environment. This on-campus event includes guest speakers, panel discussions, general business presentations and program-specific breakout sessions.
Ohio University has a long tradition of offering online programs specifically designed for the modality and created for working professionals. Our online students complete engaging, comprehensive coursework that combines the academic excellence and experience-based learning of a traditional program with all the flexibility and convenience of online study.
With asynchronous courses and part-time scheduling (one course per seven weeks), you can earn your degree while maintaining your current work and personal commitments. Virtual office hours give you the opportunity to connect with peers and faculty. Access your coursework 24/7 and complete your assignments on a schedule that fits your life.
When you complete the Graduate Project Management Certificate program, you'll have the knowledge and abilities to help your teams succeed in a range of industries.
The MSPM faculty are PMPs with many years of industry experience and bring their knowledge into the classrooms to successfully prepare students to serve as efficient and effective project managers. The program director of the online MSPM offers project management mentoring to all students and is passionate about student success.
Ohio University's online Master of Science in Project Management (MSPM) is geared toward current, or aspiring, project managers who want to more effectively apply both project management techniques and leadership skills across a range of business settings.
*At OHIO, we understand that success can't be measured with a single benchmark. If your undergraduate GPA does not meet the 2.75 threshold for program admissions, and you have accrued professional experience you'd like considered with your application, contact us to see if you are eligible for a GPA program application waiver.