Project Management Professional (PMP®)
certification has become the most recognized credential for the practice of the rapidly evolving profession of project management. This course prepares the participant for the PMP®
Certification Examination offered through the Project Management Institute
The PMI Global Survey
-Certified Project Managers earn 20 percent more in salary than uncertified practitioners.
Only people who have successfully demonstrated their mastery of the basic concepts of project management are allowed to use the PMP®
designation. Increasingly, companies all over the world are recognizing the value that project management can provide to their corporate performance. The establishment of career paths for project managers has recognized this growing importance. PMP®
certification has become a requirement for promotion in many organizations.
The examination itself is based on A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide).
* Project management is a crosscutting profession that is practiced in many different environments. The PMBOK® Guide is recognized worldwide as the defining and unifying document for the practice of project management. The PMBOK® Guide
provides a common lexicon and a basis for the evolution of new practices for this rapidly growing profession. It is comprised of the nine knowledge areas that also serve as the basis for the examination.
Certification exams are administered by the Project Management Institute (PMI®
). Please note that university course fees are separate from PMI®
examination fees. Contact PMI®
for certification exam information, exam registration and exam fees.
PMI, PMP, PMBOK, and the PMI Registered Education Provider logo are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.