What is NJIT’s Project Management Professional Program?
It is a fast-paced and intensive course that covers all 10 Knowledge Areas of the Project Management Body of Knowledge® (PMBOK) which is published by the Project Management Institute® (PMI) and is the foundation for the Project Management Professional® (PMP) or the Certified Associate in Project Management® (CAPM) exam.
The program emphasizes important terms and concepts that are critical to know for the exams, as well as provide strategies and tips for answering exam questions. The PMP® exam requires project management experience; however, those without experience can sit for the CAPM® exam which requires no experience and 23 hours of training.
- General Exam Information
- Project Management
- Integration Management
- Scope Management
- Time Management
- Cost Management
- Quality Management
- Human Resource Management
- Communication Management
- Risk Management
- Procurement Management
- Stakeholder Management
- Professional and Social
- Review and Wrap-Up
What Sets This Program Apart?
- Live, weekly interactive sessions with expert faculty
- Highly personalized learning based on your input and feedback
- Apply the lessons from the program immediately to your professional and personal interactions
This virtual face-to-face program features live interactive sessions with expert faculty.
Classes meet twice a week via Zoom for eight weeks allowing for a direct input and feedback from instructors and peers which creates a very personalized learning experience.
- Improve quality and efficiency
- Boost productivity
- Reduce costs
- Enhance collaboration and communication
- Manage and motivate teams
- Track projects and measure progress
Who Should Attend?
- New project managers
- Project managers without formal training
- Anyone considering a career change involving project management
- Anyone wanting to learn more about project management
- Team leaders
Employers will need to add 87.7 million project management jobs by 2027 across 11 countries on five continents. Over the next several years nearly 214,000 new project management related positions are slated to be added in the U.S.
In the U.S., project managers earned an average wage of $105k in 2017; making the field an attractive option for those looking to advance their careers or retool into a growing field.