They come from New York City and around the world; St. Francis College students and faculty who work together for the common goal of improving themselves and the world around them.
As companies continually strive to become more efficient and to produce better outcomes, a good Project Manager becomes more and more essential.
The Graduate Certificate in Project Management will give you the skills you need to go from being part of the team to leading the team.
The Graduate Certificate in Project Management
The Graduate Certificate in Project Management is designed for individuals who want to develop or enhance their project management skills through an intensive executive level program. This program emphasizes the role of project management as an essential tool for the working Employers clamor for students with project management skills” — U.S.News & World Report.
professional and creates a richer perspective of the challenges and opportunities present in a project‐based environment. Graduates of the Certificate program can pursue careers in project management in any industry and can complete the training requirements to sit for the PMP© examination.
Business leaders are “nearly unanimous in recognizing the need for good project management" — The Economist magazine's Economist Intelligence Unit.
Fundamentals of Project Management
Project Risk Management
Finance for Project Managers
Optimizing Project Management Teams
For more information please contact:
Dr. Barbara Edington, PMP,
Director, Center of Excellence in Project Management
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