This one-year, online program will equip you with the techniques and processes you need to build a cohesive team, sort out logistics, maximize your resources, and implement projects in an ethical and cost-effective manner. You’ll apply your knowledge through case studies and real-life scenarios.
“In the Heider College of Business, students gain more than technical skills. They also gain the practical skills and real-world experiences that they can discuss with their peers in the classroom.”
— Regina Taylor, PhD | Assistant Professor, Heider College of Business
Effective project management requires an understanding of project-specific tools and techniques as well as leadership skills, business acumen, problem-solving abilities and critical thinking. Creighton’s online project management courses will teach you how to lead cross-functional teams and deliver exceptional outcomes. Whether you’re new to the field or you’re an experienced professional, you’ll discover new ways to meet organizational strategic goals.
Prepare to become a certified project manager and advance your career
Earning your project management certification online can develop your skills in management, communications, operations and leadership. By the completion of the program, you’ll be prepared to sit for the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification—an internationally-recognized designation reserved for the most competent project managers across a multitude of industries.
Invest in your future
We know that graduate school can be a serious investment of your time and money, so we make sure your investment is a smart one—and one that you can fit in your busy schedule. This online project management certificate meets you where you are in life, allowing you to complete courses wherever and whenever is convenient for you.
Completing a graduate program in Project Management is valuable in itself, but at Creighton University, you can take it even further. All credits completed as part of our Graduate Certificate in Project Management program may be used as credit toward a Master of Business Administration (MBA). By completing this certificate program, you’ll be nearly halfway done with your MBA, should you decide to pursue a full degree.