The Graduate Certificate in Project Management is a 12 credit graduate-level certificate designed to provide industry content and skills for the professionally minded student. The purpose of this graduate certificate is to allow an introduction to the fundamental aspects of Project Management, with an emphasis on planning, organizing, and managing resources to bring about the successful completion of specific project goals. The program is for individuals that have at least 2 years of professional experience in project management or management systems. 

What are the admission requirements?

The entrance requirements for students entering the graduate certificate program include:

(a) Bachelor’s degree in engineering or science with a GPA of 3.0 or better

(b) Two or more years of professional project management experience

(c) Three letters of reference

*International students must also meet established guidelines currently in use by the University of Kansas.

The proposed Graduate Certificate in Project Management requires the completion of three core courses and one elective course at a total of 12 credit hours from the following courses.

Foundations of Project Management  (12 credits)

Core Courses (3 courses, 9 credit hours required)

 (3 credits) PMGT 816

 (3 credits) PMGT 817

 (3 credits) PMGT 818

Elective Course (1 PMGT elective course, 3 credit hours required)

 (3 credits)

*Please note, elective course MUST be designated PMGT