Certificate, Online, On Campus
Project Management Technology is designed to introduce students to processes of initiating, planning/executing, monitoring/controlling, and closing projects. Students will be provided the nine knowledge areas of Project Management (integration, scope, time/cost, quality, human resources, risk/procurement management, and communication). The Project Management Technology curriculum prepares graduates for employment leading projects in technology and other industries.
Course work may include concepts in accounting, finance, information systems, human resource management, project management, organizational behavior, purchasing, business ethics, and economics. The curriculum develops project management skills that may be used in all lines of work.
Graduates may qualify for positions requiring project management in governmental, nonprofit, merchandising, manufacturing, utilities, and construction agencies and industries. Students should be able to apply the Project Management Body of Knowledge areas established by the Project Management Institute.
The Project Management Technology Certificate can be completed via curriculum or workforce education.
ONLINE PROGRAM INFORMATION: Surry offers this program online. Go to Online Learning for more information.
This course is designed to explore various development and management techniques and tools of integrated project schedules and plans. Emphasis is placed on project control methods from a scheduling perspective, including critical path networking, float analysis, and schedule performance predictability and accomplishment. Upon completion, students should have a clear understanding of accepted techniques for schedule development and management.
This course is designed to integrate knowledge and skills learned throughout the project management program, including performance, schedule and budget requirements. Emphasis is placed on the use of project simulation exercises for students to develop, design, present, utilize status reports, justify, and adjust for unplanned occurrences. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate knowledge of project management processes and techniques.
Total credits needed to graduate: 18 Hours
This certificate is offered to high school students through the Career and College Promise program (C25390X).
Graduates of the Project Management Technology program will be able to:
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