Project Management Certificate

The way businesses accomplish their work today has dramatically changed. While discipline and task specific skills are still important, today’s business professional must be multi-skilled and able to work within a broader organizational context and accomplish goals through teamwork. Business professionals with Project Management skills are in high demand throughout the United States and internationally.  According to a study published by the Anderson Economic Group, an average of 1.2 million project management positions are needed to be filled each year in the United States.

The certificate in Project Management will prepare students to be effective contributors and leaders in today’s contemporary business world.  Project-oriented work makes up the bulk of managerial activity in today’s organizations with multi-dimensional and increasingly complex projects being the norm. 

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Gainful Employment

As part of a new federal regulation focusing on Title IV programs, the University of Dayton is providing required information about how our non-degree programs lead to gainful employment in recognized careers. You may review gainful employment information for the Project Management certificate program.