|Program Length||~ 8 -12 months|
|Cost||~$425 per course + textbooks|
|Intakes||Fall, Winter, Spring|
|Application Process||Students can register without applying to the program|
Explore the fundamentals of project management and leading projects while developing greater insight in to various project management career opportunities. Study and review necessary material for the PMP/CAPM exam to help earn your Project Management Professional credential.
All courses are offered online to provide flexible learning.
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You do not need to apply to begin this program, simply ensure you meet the admission requirements (listed on the Admission & Registration tab) and then you may register for any available courses.
Interested in taking a single course? No problem. Provided you have the appropriate prerequisites, these courses can be taken individually or as part of the full program.
Admission & Registration
Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent (Mohawk Academic Upgrading, GED) OR 19 years of age or older.
You do not need to apply to begin this program. Start by ensuring you meet the admission requirements listed above and then register for the courses listed in the Program of Studies when they are offered. Some courses have prerequisites, so please check the Program of Studies for details. Find out how to register for a course.
Program of Studies
The program of studies displayed below applies to students starting the program in the current academic year. Students who began in other academic years may require different courses to be eligible to graduate. If you have questions regarding a strategy for completion contact Continuing Education - Business.
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|Course Number||Course Name||Course Description|
|HRES10013||Introduction to Project Management||Learn project management fundamentals and techniques based on the typical project lifecycle. Includes project initiating, project definition, work breakdown structure, estimating effort, budgeting, scheduling, risk management, controlling resources, quality assurance, auditing and closing. Equivalent to: BUSNBE305 (Project Management). 42 hours.|
|MGMT10144||PMP/CAPM Project Management Exam Preparation||Align your project management knowledge with the Project Management Institute's PMBOK® Guide in order to prepare for the PMP/CAPM certification exam. 35 hours.|
|MGMT10139||Project Cost and Risk Management||Covers the fundamentals of project cost management and control including project estimating at the project definition and approval stage, budgeting, resource costing and allocation, and status reporting. Discover a structured multi-tiered approach that can be used to identify the different types of risks associated with projects such as technical, time, costs, quality and others. Recommended Prerequisite: Introduction to Project Management (HRES10013). 36 hours.|
|MGMT10140||Project Management Applications and Simulation||Using a case study method, work through a simulated mock project applying various project management tools and techniques. Activities will include project planning, decision-making, problem-solving and presenting project progress. 36 hours.|
Optional Courses – Choose 1
|MGMT10137||Project Communications and Human Resource Management||The most valuable resource in any project is often the people whose talent and efforts will contribute to its success. Explore organizational communications, how it functions and how to overcome communication barriers in groups and with individuals. Emphasizes building the skills and knowledge needed to plan an effective project group, recruiting quality people to staff it, and building them into an effective team. Recommended Prerequisite: Introduction to Project Management (HRES10013). 36 hours.|
|MGMT10138||Project Contracting, Procurement and Quality Management||Quality has become a primary component of competitive advantage and customer loyalty in the global economy and applies to services and products. In the project management context, all work products must support the project throughout its life cycle. The scope of the project must be defined to include the quality standards of the project outputs, thus planning-in quality. Procurement and contracting are also major components of the global economy. 36 hours.|
|INFO10105||Project Management Scheduling Software||Managing vast amounts of information is both time consuming and limiting so using project software allows work to be completed more efficiently. Become familiar with functions of project planning and scheduling, resource allocation and costing, progress monitoring and reporting. Course software requirements: MS Project 2016. Prerequisite: HRES10013. 42 hours.|
|BLDG1018||Project Construction Management||Gain basic knowledge of the principles of planning, organizing, and controlling administrative aspects of a project in the commercial construction industry. Prepare for the day to-day administration, planning and monitoring of a small to mid-sized commercial project. 36 hours.|
The list of scheduled course offerings for this program is below. Please note that all offerings are subject to change. Not every course is offered every semester, so please consider this schedule when planning your academic path.
|Course Code||Course Name||
(Sep to Dec)
|HRES10013||Introduction to Project Management||OntarioLearn|
|MGMT10144||PMP/CAPM Project Management Exam Preparation||OntarioLearn|
|MGMT10139||Project Cost and Risk Management||OntarioLearn|
|MGMT10140||Project Management Applications and Simulation||OntarioLearn|
|MGMT10137||Project Communications and Human Resource Management||OntarioLearn|
|MGMT10138||Project Contracting, Procurement and Quality Management||OntarioLearn|
|INFO10105||Project Management Scheduling Software||OntarioLearn|
|BLDG1018||Project Construction Management||OntarioLearn|
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