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Project Managers can work in virtually any industry including information technology, financial services, government agencies and manufacturing.
The average annual wage in this field is $98,527, with an earning potential of about $126,048 per year.*
Washington State's aerospace industry is currently hiring a high rate of project managers.
|PMP 100||Project Management Fundamentals||1 credits|
Learn the effective methods of planning and sequencing projects; complete them on schedule; list cost elements of the project budget; discuss ethical strategies for controlling the budget and schedule deviations; and identify communication methods and reporting tools that impact objectives. A manual is included with this course
|PMP 120||Project Management Prep||3 credits|
A standards-based approach to project management across applications and industries; focusing on the standards recognized by the Project Management Institute; and assistance with preparing for the Project Management Professional Certification exam. Topics include: project life cycle; criteria for management; common reasons for project failure; risk management plans; and project team-building. Text required.
|CAP 150||Project - Level 1||1 credits|
Create a project plan file with information entries; develop a work breakdown structure with organizing and task setting relationships; assign resources; and finalize a project plan file. A manual is included with this course.
|CAP 151||Project - Level 2||1 credits|
Exchange project plan data with other applications; update the plan; create custom reports and re-use existing projects plan information. A manual is included with this course.
|PMP 130||PMP Integration||1 credits|
Capstone course in the Project Management Certificate program with completion of a project plan (individual's choice) utilizing knowledge, skills and methodologies learned in the certificate program; while teaming with other project managers to work through project simulations and case studies.
This program typically starts in Fall and Spring Quarters