Sign Up for Project Management Training
Whether you’re preparing for a certification exam or looking to learn the basics, Creighton University’s upcoming courses can help. Sign up for one or more today!
PMP Exam Prep
August 25–September 21 | Online
The Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification is one of the most sought-after project management credentials in the business world today. This course is designed to help participants prepare to take the PMP® exam by focusing on the knowledge areas, process groups and processes that are found in the PMBOK® Guide along with other related information, processes, and tools and techniques.
Managing Projects: The Fundamentals
September 25–26 | 8 a.m.–5 p.m. | On Campus
This course introduces the basic concepts of strategic leadership, project planning and management. It will examine and consider the practical applications of strategic leadership, project planning and project management. Students will then apply these concepts and principles in real-world scenarios.
Mastering Project Management
October 23–24 | 8 a.m.–5 p.m. | On Campus
This course explores managing projects through the lens of a “real-world Agile” view. It includes flexible and pragmatic reviews of variations and overlaps in project approaches and techniques such as waterfall, Agile, Scrum and Kaizen practices to provide the participant with a practical application orientation for the pros and cons of each. Using interactive group workshops within the course, students will experience all of the core Scrum practices end-to-end using a project scenario.
Mastering Project Management Lab
November 6–7 | 8 a.m.–5 p.m. | On Campus
In this course, participants will build upon the fundamentals covered in the “Mastering Projects” courses by applying knowledge, tools and techniques to scenarios and case studies. Participants will have the opportunity to engage in experiential learning exercises both individually and in teams and explore specific topics in greater detail. Topics will include interpersonal skills, identifying opportunities and threats, requirements gathering, critical path and critical chain methods, project performance management and procurement/contracting.