Project Management

UBC Continuing Studies offers a wide range of courses to help you gain the skills you need to deliver projects on time and on budget. Many of our courses can be taken individually, or you may choose to undertake one of our programs.

If you are looking to start a career in project management, consider Project Management for Tomorrow's Leaders. For those with prior project management experience, the Certificate in Project Management offers a more in-depth curriculum towards your professional development. To enhance your software skills, enrol in Project Management Using Microsoft Project.


UBC Certificate in Project Management - Full-time, Part-time or Online
UBC Award of Achievement: Project Management for Tomorrow's Leaders
UBC Award of Achievement in Project Management Using Microsoft Project


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Project Management
Applied Project Management Online
Essential Skills in the Project Environment Online
Microsoft Project® Fast Track In-class
MS Project Management 1: Scheduling Projects and Tasks In-class
MS Project Management 2: Managing Projects and Resources In-class
MS Project Management 3: Initiating Projects – Laying the Foundations for Success In-class
MS Project Management 4: Specifying Deliverables Clearly In-class
MS Project Management 5: Building High Performance Teams to Fast-Track Projects In-class
MS Project Management 6: Communicating Progress to Clients and Management In-class
PMP® Examination Prep In-class
PMP® Examination Prep Summer Institute In-class
Project Management Fast Track 1 Online
Project Management Fast Track 2 Online
Project Management Fundamentals Online
Teamwork in the Project Environment Online
The Project Manager's Toolkit: Project Execution, Control and Closing Online
The Project Manager's Toolkit: Project Initiation and Planning Online


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