Project management is used throughout business to make sure an organization achieves its objectives. Project managers oversee the planning, implementing, quality control, and status reporting for a given project. Projects exist in all industries including construction, information technology, healthcare and business.
Project Managers are needed to manage teams, plan, coordinate, and budget projects from initiation to completion. Projects can vary greatly in size, specialty and complexity, creating opportunities for project managers with varying expertise and experience.
The Project Management Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree program provides students with the skills and knowledge to effectively initiate, plan, and implement projects. In addition, the Project Management AAS Degree program provides a transferrable skill set in the areas of management, human resources, finance, negotiation, decision making, and leadership.
The Project Management Certificate program provides students with a basic understanding of project planning. Techniques such as work breakdown structures, network diagrams, critical path method, earned value analysis, various financial analysis templates and others are covered in the courses.
Program Delivery Methods
Hybrid, online and traditional in-class courses on Saint Paul College campus, St. Paul, MN