OU Extended Campus Project Management Program Enrolling for April 2018


OU Extended Campus Project Management Program Enrolling for April 2018

The Project Management Institute (PMI) projects that through 2020, 1.57 million new project management jobs will be created each year. Strong and steady growth in the field is creating a demand for qualified practitioners.

To help meet the needs of this rapidly growing profession, OU Extended Campus will offer a three-day Certified Associate of Project Management (CAPM) Exam Prep Course April 20-22 on the OU Norman campus. The course will prepare you to successfully take the PMI exam and earn CAPM credentials, sending you on the fast track to a wealth of increased career opportunities.

The OU Extended Campus CAPM Exam Prep Course is taught by a practicing and credentialed Project Management Professional (PMP) with expert-level knowledge of PMI’s knowledge cores and professional experience in designing and implementing projects across various industries.

After completing the prep course, students will receive a certificate of completion that verifies accomplishment of 24 hours of project management education. PMI requires 23 hours to qualify for the exam. Keep in mind, OU only offers the exam prep course. It doesn’t administer the CAPM exam. Please go to www.pmi.org to find out more information about taking the CAPM exam.

Cost for the course is $375 for OU faculty/staff/students and $475 for others. The course fee includes all materials and on-campus parking fees. Lunch will be on your own.

The OU CAPM Exam Prep Course is offered four times per year. Future dates are June 22-24, Sept. 28-30 and Nov. 9-11. For more information or to register, visit pacs.ou.edu/project-management.

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