Register Now for September’s CAPM Test Prep Course

Register Now for September’s CAPM Test Prep Course

Time is running out to register for the September edition of the OU Extended Campus CAPM Test Prep Course, which will take place Sept. 28-30.

Whether you have a background in project management or are completely new to the field, this OU certificate, non-credit professional development course is designed to prepare you for the Project Management Institute’s Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) exam.

Registration for the Sept. 28-30 course closes on Friday, Sept. 14.

The Project Management Institute (PMI) has reported that 1.57 million jobs will be created each year through 2020, increasing the demand for project-qualified practitioners. OU’s CAPM Prep Course can help individuals who are new to project management—or those who either hold or are seeking entry to mid-level project management positions—better align their skills with those that the industry demands.

The course uses PMI Registered Education Provider materials throughout a three-day, 24-hour boot-camp style format and 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.

Upon completion, you will be issued an OU Extended Campus Certificate of Completion that verifies accomplishment of 24 hours of project management education. PMI requires 23 hours to qualify for the exam.

The cost for the CAPM Test Prep Course is $475—or $375 for OU faculty, staff and students—and includes all materials and on-campus parking fees. 

Registration for the Sept. 28-30 course closes on Friday, Sept. 14.

To register online, visit or download the PDF form and follow the directions.

OU does not administer the CAPM exam. Please visit the Project Management Institute for more information about CAPM requirements and exam details.

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