Project managers are in high demand as companies seek to improve productivity and effectiveness.
USJ’s Certificate in Contemporary Project Management will equip you with a thorough understanding of the many facets of effective project management, making it an ideal program for those looking for career advancement opportunities. Our well-structured curriculum provides strategies and skills essential to manage a project from conception to completion.
Please view our online catalog for course requirements.
Once you have earned your Graduate Certificate in Contemporary Project Management you will only need to complete 7 more courses (24 credits) to earn your M.S. in Management. Contact us to explore your options.
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