IT Project Management Certificates of Completion
You've got what it takes to make a difference. Your IT Project Management Certificate of Completion will help you show the world what you can do. Bellevue University, a leader in adult education, offers the IT Project Management Certificate of Completion at the graduate level. The certificate courses were developed to enhance the knowledge of current project management professionals and those who aspire to take on project management responsibilities.
Upon successful completion of the Certificate courses, you will be eligible for Professional Development Units (PDUs) or Contact Hours from the Project Management Institute (PMI). After completing the courses, you will also receive an IT Project Management Certificate of Completion from Bellevue University, which is independent of PMI.
Graduate Level Certificate of Completion:
CIS 633 Information Technology Project Management
This course addresses the complex and unique issues related to effectively managing projects in an Information Technology context. Emphasis is placed on the nine knowledge areas specified by the Project Management Institute (PMI) in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide). Team-based and discovery-based learning methods are stressed. Development projects reflect actual problems provided by industry. A formal software project management plan detailing the process groups of initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and closing will be developed.
Plus any 2 of the following courses:
CIS 644 Managing Project Risks
This course is designed to teach the importance of risk management in projects and provide information about the tools needed to effectively assess and monitor risks throughout the project lifecycle. Emphasis is placed on managing risks associated with project changes and risks associated with information technology projects. Topics covered include recurring issues that lead to failure in IT projects, methods for addressing recurring issues, and assessing risk impact. Prerequisite: CIS 433 or CIS 633 or acceptance into the Master of Project Management (MPM) degree program.
CIS 663 Project Communications Management and Leadership
This course explores communication and leadership techniques in order to equip project managers with the skills they need to deal effectively with issues relating to resources, stakeholders, global teams, and changing technology. Topics covered will include learning how to manage conflict, creating a positive team environment, running effective meetings, and managing successful projects. Prerequisite: CIS 433 or CIS 633 or acceptance into the Master of Project Management (MPM) degree program.
CIS 665 Defining and Managing Requirements and Project Success
This course is designed to explain the process of gathering requirements with emphasis on the successful management of requirements and its relationship to project success. Topics covered include requirements gathering techniques, identifying success criteria, and common reasons for project failure. Prerequisite: CIS 433 or CIS 633 or acceptance into the Master of Project Management (MPM) degree program.
Registration and Information
For additional information on the IT Project Management certificate of completion programs, see the Frequently Asked Questions page or download the Real IT Project Management for the Real World brochure.
If you plan to enter Bellevue University as a degree-seeking student and want to apply this program/course toward that degree, you will need to complete our full application for admission and submit an application fee. You will be required to order official transcripts from all previously attended colleges. Click here to apply to Bellevue University.
If you are not degree-seeking or are currently a Bellevue University student, you can complete our online registration form. For more information about getting your degree at Bellevue University, call: 1-800-756-7920.
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