Prepare for the next step in your career by learning to take a project from conception to completion with OU’s Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) exam prep course April 26-28 on the Norman campus.
OU’s CAPM Exam Prep Course is a non-credit, professional development course that will prepare you for the Project Management Institute’s CAPM exam and designation.
Project management is a rapidly growing profession that responds to the needs of diverse industries. The Project Management Institute (PMI) has reported that through 2020, 1.57 million jobs will be created each year, increasing the demand for project-qualified practitioners.
Act now to register for the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) Exam Prep Course, April 26-28, at the University of Oklahoma.
Project management occurs in daily life. This course will reveal and enhance that knowledge in a specific way, along with providing participants additional key information to prepare them for the exam. Even individuals with advanced project management experience or education need to prepare vigorously for the exam.
OU’s three-day program will provide participants with the strategic preparation tools and knowledge cores to successfully prepare for the exam. The course uses PMI Registered Education Provider certified materials and is taught by a practicing and credentialed Project Management Professional (PMP) with expert-level knowledge of PMI’s knowledge cores, as well as professional experience in designing and implementing projects across various industries.
Registration for the three-day course is $475. OU faculty, staff and students can register for $375. The course fee includes all materials and on-campus parking fees.
Upon completion, participants will be issued an OU Extended Campus Certificate of Completion that verifies accomplishment of 24 hours of project management education. PMI requires 23 hours of instruction in order to qualify for the exam.
Programs like the CAPM Exam Prep Course illustrate how OU Extended Campus works to create innovative and quality-driven, non-credit courses that help encourage the development of creativity and initiative in students.