We’re currently accepting applications and will be reviewing them in the order they’re received. We’ll accept applications until Tuesday, December 20, 2022, at 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time, or until the program fills, whichever comes first.
Complete your application and submit the materials listed in step 1.
Pay the $50 nonrefundable application fee. In one to two business days, you’ll get an email with a link to pay your fee.
We’ll contact you within seven business days of receiving your complete application materials to let you know if you’ve been accepted to the program.
If you’re accepted, we’ll send you details about your first-term course, including information on how to register and pay your course fees. To ensure your spot in class, we recommend that you register by the priority registration deadline, which is four weeks before class begins. After that time, we may release your seat to another student. The final registration deadline is two days before the first class meeting.
You may qualify for an income-based scholarship for this program. For more information, see the Scholarships page.
To apply, you must have:
The questions below are provided to help you assess your preparedness for the Certificate in Project Management program. If you answer “no” to one or more of these questions, we recommend that you enroll in Foundations of Project Management before applying to the certificate.
Including time in class, you should expect to spend about eight to 10 hours each week on coursework for a standard program.
For the self-paced format, at this weekly rate you can expect to complete each course in about 10 weeks.
If English is not your native language, you should have at least intermediate English skills to enroll. To see if you qualify, make sure you are at the B2 level on the CEFR self-assessment grid. To learn more, see English Language Proficiency Requirements – Noncredit Programs.
You earn a certificate of completion by successfully completing all required courses. For more information, see Earning the Certificate.