Staff Corner: December 2018
Looking for ways to advance your career and build your skills? Consider attaining your Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification!
Your undergraduate days may be over, but as we all know, learning doesn’t just stop at the bright young age of 22. As you move through your career, it’s important to continuously develop skills that help you maintain a competitive edge, and enable you to be a productive difference maker for years to come. With the Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification, Pace can help you make that happen!
The PMP® is one of the most valuable professional credentials available anywhere, instantly recognized around the entire world. The certification validates your Project Management skill set at the highest level, demonstrating your experience in the field and signaling to employers and colleagues alike that you possess the knowledge and competencies to bring in any project on time and on budget.
Pace offers classes both online and in-person, so that you can choose whichever method best fits your learning style and schedule. At the end of the course, participants will receive a University Certificate of Completion, and be properly prepared for the famously rigorous PMP® exam, sponsored by the Project Management Institute. Successful completion of this exam will put you in a class all by yourself when it comes to project management and leadership acumen!
The PMP® certification is offered at Pace University through the Center of Professional Studies. Whether you're exploring new fields, updating your resume, or learning to build your career and life skills, the Center of Professional Studies offers numerous continuing enducation courses, certificate programs, and professional opportunites. Learn more about the Center of Professonial Studies.
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