Once again, the Tauber Institute, in conjunction with the International Project Management Association (IPMA
), is sponsoring a Project Management certification class and exam for graduate business and engineering students.
In order to participate, you will need to reflect upon a project management experience (ie.Tauber team project). If you cannot make it to the classes (due to project travel, MAP, or other another class), the sessions will be recorded. Homework (mastery verification) will be required after each session.
The cost to an individual to take the exam is normally $595, however, Tauber is offering the exam at a substantial discount to non-Tauber students: $500 and to Tauber students: $150. Certification is valid for 5 years. Three certification classes will be taught by Professor Eric Svaan. Check for dates by program here:
- For MSCM students, view dates and location here.
- All others, view dates and locations here.
The certification exam is administered by IPMA-USA and will be held in room R 0240 at the Ross School of Business (check dates by program flier). Successfully passing the exam will yield IPMA's Level D certification (Certified Project Management Associate). In fall 2016, 11 students sat for the Level D exam and 100% successfully passed!
You may pay and register through iMpact by clicking here. Please note the $500 (for non-Tauber students) or $150 fee (for Tauber students) is non-refundable.
Project Management is a powerful skill set to have in your toolbox as you look for full-time employment!