There are no minimum requirements to attend a project management course, and the P.M.P.® credential may be earned by individuals with a high school degree. However, if you are interested in the program, you should be able to affirm two or more of the following statements:
- I have work experience in one or more fields and the work I have done could be broadly labeled as projects. Project management courses or even the P.M.P.® credential would improve my performance and marketability for current and future employment.
- My current employment can be characterized as working on projects and I want to improve my skills and my value to my organization.
- I want to earn the P.M.P.® credential or C.A.P.M.® credential as a mark of professionalism in my current job or to strengthen my resume for a future job.
- I am interested in exploring the project management field as a new or future career goal.
Starting fall 2013, classes will be held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6 to 9 p.m..
The length of courses varies and depends on the course and when it is offered:
- Project Management Cohort (CEP 400): Twelve weeks (24 sessions)
- Cohort individual sessions: Varies depending on the session
All courses are held at the Stetson University Center at Celebration at 800 Celebration Avenue, Celebration Fla. 34747.
Course costs vary by the course type. See the registration page for the cost of individual courses.
For more information, contact the Office of Continuing Education at 386-822-7500 or firstname.lastname@example.org.