Project Management: Capstone
This course is meant to be the final course within the Project Management Certificate program. Having completed the other courses, you will now have an opportunity to apply what you’ve learned through an exercise and prepare and deliver a final presentation.
As the final course activity there will be a professional practice opportunity as you meet with industry project managers for a question and answer session.
- Project Management Foundations PMC105
- Project Planning PMC110
- Project Management: Team Perspectives PMC115
- Project Leadership, Problem-Solving, and Decision-Making PMC120
- Project Communication Management PMC125
- Project Risk Management PMC130
- Project Procurement Management PMC135
- Project Stakeholder Management PMC140
- Project Quality Management PMC145
- Strengthening Project Management PMC150
- Project Monitoring and Control PMC155
- Project Management Technology PMC160
Register for a course at any time, with the option to apply to a program later.
- Sat, Feb 25, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Pacific Time (virtual class)
- Sat, Jul 22, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Pacific Time (virtual class)
What you will learn
After completing this course, you’ll be able to do the following:
- Create an effective presentation and present it to a group
- Demonstrate your understanding of the content covered within the program
How you will learn and be evaluated
- Expect readings and other assignments
- Plan to participate in exercises, discussions, case studies and presentations
You will be evaluated on a Pass/Fail basis on:
- Individual or group projects
- Participation and attendance
To graduate with the Project Management Certificate, you will need to pass all 13 courses.
Course fees do not include textbooks. We recommend you purchase your textbook as soon as you’ve registered. We will provide additional course materials online.
A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide), 7th edition. Available for purchase from online or local bookstores, or through the PMI website. We will expect you to have read the textbook, as this course will reference relevant chapters.
For online courses, you will need a computer with audio and microphone that is connected to the internet. Canvas is the online system that will be used for the course. For more information and online support, visit Online Learning.