Project Management is one of the fastest growing professions and certified Project Managers are some of the most sought after professionals in the world! Become a certified Project Manager in one year through the Advanced Project Management Certification from the Black Hills State University.
This certification program prepares students to achieve Project Management Professional (PMP®) or Certified Associate of Project Management (CAPM®) certification through the Project Management Institute. The PMP® certification is an internationally acclaimed professional credential that will open many doors for those who obtain it. During the final phase of the curriculum our instructors will aide students in evaluating their experience and in completing the required applications to qualify for either the PMP® or CAPM® credential exam.
This is the most sophisticated Project Management certification program available. It includes online, face-to-face, simulation and exam preparation courses. A student’s successful completion of this curriculum will guarantee an Advanced Project Management Certificate from the Black Hills State University. It will also allow the student to pursue PMP® or CAPM® certification.
PM101: Project Integration Management - online course
PM102: Project Scope Management - online course
PM103: Project Time Management - online course
PM104: Project Cost Management - online course
PM105: Project Quality Management - online course
PM106: Project Human Resource Management - online course
PM107: Project Communications Management - online course
PM108: Project Risk Management - online course
PM109: Project Procurement Management - online course
PM110: Project Stakeholder Management - online course
PM201: Project Management Training Camp - 3 day simulation course
PM202: Guiding Organizational Change - 3 day simulation course
PM301: Project Management Professional Exam Preparation - 5 day in-depth exam preparation course
For questions, to register for the APM certificate, or to sign up to take PM201, PM202, or PM301 as a stand-alone course, please contact:
Dr. Rachel MK Headley, PMP