Project Management Certificate FAQs
Why should I consider a Project Management Certificate from EvCC?
Project Management is an in-demand field with strong earning potential. A Project Management Certificate from EvCC demonstrates your project management knowledge to current and future employers. Classes also count toward the 35-hour PMP® (Project Management Professional) education requirement or the 23-hour CAPM® (Certified Associate of Project Management) education requirement. EvCC instructors are project management professionals who draw on real world project management experience to teach you practical skills you can immediately apply to the workplace.
What does it cost to complete this certificate?
Because you pay for classes as you chose them, the total cost will depend on which classes you choose. For some classes, all materials are included. Others may require you to purchase textbooks. The average cost of the 99-hour program is about $2250.
How long will it take me to finish a certificate?
The Project Management Certificate Program requires 99 hours of class work. Most people are able to complete the certificate in seven to nine months by taking 30-45 hours (two or three classes) per quarter. You may take as long as you like to complete the certificate.
Are there prerequisites for the program?
Students should have basic computer skills, basic writing skills, and the ability to work effectively with others.
How do I get started?
There is no formal application process. If you meet the prerequisites, just sign up for class.
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