Project Management Grad Certificates are shorter, non-degree programs that are usually focused on a specific aspect of a field. When it comes to earning a Certificate in Project Management, some programs are more focused on the human resources side, while others may concentrate on supply chain management.
Most certificates require somewhere between four to six classes, though some programs may require more. Often certificates are offered as part-time programs and may be completed in a year, though this may vary depending on when the availability of courses.
Typically, the admissions requirements for certificates include those listed here.
Some schools may allow students the opportunity to apply credits earned while pursuing a certificate to a masters degree. Usually, this only applies to schools that offer both a certificate and a masters degree. Programs vary so be sure to check with each school before applying.