Master Project Management Skills. Prepare for PMI® Certification Exams.

Project management is one of the fastest growing fields in many industries as organizations look to eliminate waste and improve efficiencies. The demand for project management professionals is projected to grow to almost 6.2 million project management jobs by the year 2020*. UIC offers two courses in project management.

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PMI Registered Education Provider

Project Management Institute, the world’s largest project management membership association, has named University of Illinois at Chicago’s project management courses Registered Education Providers (R.E.P.). The PMI® R.E.P. designation is the highest mark of excellence in project management training and certifies that an organization can deliver world-class, PMI-approved training. To obtain this distinction, the programs offered by UIC have met rigorous quality criteria for course content, instructor qualification and instructional design.

Which Course Should You Take?

Foundations of Project Management Project Management (PMP®) Exam Prep Bootcamp
Five (5) Saturday sessions: February 27-March 27, 2021 Five (5) Saturday sessions: April 10-May 8, 2021
Provides in-depth instruction to enhance project & team management skills Preparation and test-taking strategies for the Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification exam
For current or future project management professionals interested in learning the principles of project management but not necessarily seeking PMP® certification For project management professionals looking to pass PMI® certification exams

Foundations of Project Management:

Register for Foundations of Project Management

Project Management (PMP®) Exam Prep Bootcamp:

Register for PMP® Exam Prep Bootcamp

Who Should Attend?

UIC’s project management courses benefit professionals of all experience levels who want to gain the necessary skills to initiate, manage, and close complex projects on-time and on-budget. They are ideal for project managers and project team members in need of formal training, including but not limited to:

  • Analysts
  • Managers
  • Administrative staff
  • Consultants
  • Database specialists
  • Engineers
  • Social workers

* Data Source: The Anderson Economic Group “Project-Oriented Employment Trends and Costs of a Skills Gap: 2010 to 2020” report. Commissioned by the Project Management Institute.


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