Project Management Certificate of Professional Preparation
Getting Started: Spring 2023
Sept. 29: Financial Aid
Jan. 3: Application
Jan. 9: Classes Begin
Why Seminole State?
- Industry-driven curriculum: The curriculum reflects current project management practices and trends, such as earned value management (EVM) and the application of strategies in communication, negotiation and conflict resolution.
- Dedicated faculty: All full-time faculty are certified Project Management Professionals (PMP)® through the Project Management Institute (PMI).
- Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.): As a PMI Registered Education Provider, Seminole State has been approved to issue professional development units (PDUs) for project management courses. These PDUs may be used for Project Management Professional (PMP)® and Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)® certification requirements.
- Flexible schedule: Classes are offered entirely online so you can study when and where you want.
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Tuition and Fees*
|Tuition and Fees||$1,799|
|Room and Board||-0-|
|Books and Supplies||$500|
For more information on Seminole State's tuition and fees, please see the current fee schedule.
* Tuition costs are based on 15 total credit hours for this program in the current term for in-state students. Book expenses are estimates and may vary by course. Lab fees and other fees that may assessed at the time of registration may be viewed in the College fee schedule. As Seminole State is a commuter college with no residence halls on its campuses, costs for room and board are not calculated.
Careers in project management and project coordination span many different industries, including engineering, design, construction, manufacturing, information technology and healthcare. Project managers and project coordinators work closely with customers, business managers, technical sales, architects, engineers and general contractors in a wide array of environments.
Project manager and coordinator employment opportunities span the globe. Project managers have integral roles in small and large corporations and nonprofit organizations. Businesses that are moving forward hire project managers and coordinators to achieve their strategic initiatives. To find careers in project management, students will need strong organizational capabilities; technical, financial, and operations knowledge; excellent communication skills and the ability to solve problems.
- Project Manager
- Project Coordinator
- Project Liason
- Project Management Office Lead
According to the Project Management Institute's report, "Project Management Job Growth and Talent Gap 2017-2027," "Demand over the next 10 years for project managers is growing faster than demand for workers in other occupations. Organizations, however, face risks from this talent gap."