RIT MicroMasters Program in Project Management from RIT is a graduate level series of courses designed to provide you with the in-depth knowledge and skills needed to be a successful project manager in any industry.
This online sequence is a semester’s worth of work from RIT’s Master’s degree and consists of three courses and a final capstone exam.
By earning the MicroMasters program certificate you will develop the leadership skills needed to effectively manage a team that will meet the expectations of your customers and business goals. Build on your MicroMasters program certificate by applying to RIT’s School of Individualized Study for a customized master’s degree.
The tools and techniques to manage the comprehensive project management life cycle for a project – from initiation through closing.
To balance the critical tradeoffs of time, cost and scope to meet customer expectations.
The ability to apply best practices across a variety of industries and businesses.
Lead a project to success, and how to capitalize on the leadership and behavioral facets to do so.
To navigate the social and cultural aspects, legal and regulatory practices, technology and infrastructure that influence projects’ success in the global market.
Courses in RIT MicroMasters Program in
- Project Management Life Cycle:-
Learn how to apply project management tools, processes, and techniques for the successful execution of a project from initiation to closing.
- Best Practices for Project Management Success:- Learn how to create an organizational environment that supports project success.
- International Project Management:- Learn what makes global projects uniquely challenging and how to successfully manage projects based in different industries and countries.
- Project Management MicroMasters Capstone Exam:- Demonstrate the knowledge and skills acquired in the Project Management MicroMasters program, and prepare for graduate level program options at RIT.
Certificate & Credit pathway for RIT MicroMasters Program in
MicroMasters programs are designed to offer learners a pathway to an advanced degree and can count as credit toward completing a Master’s degree program. Learners who successfully earn this MicroMasters program certificate may apply for admission to a Master’s program, and if accepted, the MicroMasters program certificate will count towards the degree.
Learners who successfully earn the MicroMasters program certificate are eligible to apply to RIT’s School of Individualized Study for graduate level credential options. The MicroMasters program certificate will count for 9 credits toward a Professional Studies Degree (which is a total of 33 credits). In addition, if accepted to RIT, you will get free access to an online preparation course for the Project Management Institute Project Management Professional (PMP) Exam.
Job outlook:- Project management positions are growing at 1.5 million opportunities per year. (source: Project Management Institute)
Median salary for an entry level project manager is $84,000. (source: Project Management Institute)
Exciting career opportunities across industry domains as project manager, project consultant, project analyst, program manager
Duration:- 8 months
8 – 12 hours per week