Apr 19, 2024  
2015 - 2016 CNM Catalog, Volume 48.1 
2015 - 2016 CNM Catalog, Volume 48.1 [The CNM Academic Year includes Fall, Spring, Summer Terms]

Project Management, Certificate of Completion

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School of Business & Information Technology (BIT)


The Project Management Certificate of Completion provides opportunities for the business leaders and project managers of tomorrow to achieve a high-quality, high-value education that enables them to succeed in a competitive market. Emphasis is placed on hands-on experiences, conducting real-world research and community projects.

The curriculum includes project management fundamentals, budget and resource management, contract management, scheduling, estimating, critical path scheduling, and project oversight.  Skills related to the applications of these concepts are developed through the study of computer applications, communications, team building and decision making.

Educational Option Information

This program can be completed:

  • Part-time or full-time.

This program can be started:

  • Any term.

Primary course location:

  • Main Campus and Online.

Special requirements:

  • Students are expected to meet minimum college accuplacer scores.
  • Students must have access to a computer and the Internet to complete coursework.

Approximate Costs of this Educational Option

Financial Aid Considerations

Career and Educational Opportunities

Educational Opportunities

The courses may be applied to an Associate of Applied Science degree in Business Administration.

Many of these courses are transferrable to programs leading to associate and baccalaureate degrees. CNM has Transfer Agreements with many colleges and universities.

Employment Opportunities

Project Management is one of the fastest growing disciplines and is used in a multitude of business and government agencies such as information technology, construction, engineering, financial services, and health care.

Career opportunities are available in both the public and private sectors, including but not limited to: scheduling, estimating, procurement, contract management and project supervision.

Recommended Sequence of Courses

Program Proficiencies and/or Prerequisites

Students must demonstrate proficiency in these areas either by placement exam scores  or specific course work.

Certificate of Completion in Project Management 16 credit hours

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