This graduate certificate program provides you with the skills and knowledge to manage all aspects of a project and achieve organizational goals in a competitive global environment.
Program Code: PRT
Academic Start Dates:
Fall (September), Winter (January), Spring (May)
Tuition Fees: $16,550.00 per academic year
Duration: One year (two semesters)
Ancillary Fees: $1,584.44* per year
Total Tuition Fees (for one year): $18,134.44*
* Tuition and fees subject to changes.
- Level up your skills to meet the growing demand for project managers in the global economy.
- Our expert faculty bring both academic knowledge and personal experience, providing you with the skills and know-how to jump-start careers after graduation.
- Join the ranks of professionals who help drive growth and innovation within their sector of choice, including technology, construction, engineering, government, health care, and more.
- Learn traditional project management techniques as well as those from Agile Project Management and Lean Six Sigma standards.
Why Choose Fleming College Toronto
- Build your future business community with an international classroom and unprecedented access to Canada’s bustling business and finance capital, Toronto.
- You can expect innovative course content through traditional lectures, case studies, simulations, guest speakers, and field trips, all supported by faculty from a wide range of disciplines and industries.
- Get access to an extensive suite of support services, such as career services, academic counseling, housing and more.
- Enjoy the benefits of cosmopolitan life, including a thriving job market, cultural diversity and networking opportunities.
Minimum Admission Requirements
- Undergraduate degree or minimum 2-year Ontario College diploma in a related field or equivalent
- IELTS 6.5 with no band less than 6.0 or TOEFL 88 with no score less than 22
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According to research from PMI®, “the global economy needs 25 million new project professionals by 2030 (Source: PMI (2021). Talent Gap: Ten-Year Employment Trends, Costs, and Global Implications).” This means that, upon graduation, you will have access to a large range of opportunities, including:
- Project Analyst
- Project Control Analyst
- Project Coordinator
- Project Leader
- Project Manager
- Project Officer
- Project Schedule Analyst
|Principles of Project Management - MGMT 180 - Hours: 45|
This course provides an overview of project integration management that includes the concepts governing the role of the project team in organizations and management of projects through all lifecycle phases.
|Professional Communications - COMM 198 - Hours: 45|
|This course teaches foundational skills in writing and speaking to support students in their postgraduate Business programs while also preparing them for the communication demands of the contemporary Business workplace. Working both individually and collaboratively, students learn a variety of Business workplace writing formats, including e-mails, memos, and reports. The course also covers research, APA citation and documentation, professional presentations, working in teams, and communicating across cultures.|
|Project Cost Management - ACCT 90 - Hours: 45|
|Understanding and managing the budget implications of resource allocation, schedule changes and procurement decisions.|
|Project Management Tools and Techniques - MGMT 181 - Hours: 45|
|The appropriate use of project management tools including Microsoft Office Project, the role of proper documentation and communication in project success is detailed in this course. Students will receive hands-on instructions in lectures, labs and seminars.|
|Project Planning and Scheduling - MGMT 183 - Hours: 45|
|This course covers detailed project planning and scheduling including task allocation, resource management, creation and management of realistic timelines including the identification of key milestones. Students will learn how to integrate these concepts into planning software and to communicate the plan to key stakeholders.|
Project Resource and Procurement Management - MGMT 307 - Hours: 45
|This course introduces students to project management processes and practices of Project Resources Management and Project Procurement Management, 2 of the 10 Knowledge Areas in the PMBOK Guide, 6th ed.|
|Project Scope, Quality and Risk Management - MGMT 182 - Hours: 45|
|This course covers how to properly define the project, identify stakeholder expectations to ensure efficient management, monitoring, ongoing quality maintenance and planning for risk mitigation.|
*Course Information is subject to change without notification
|Adaptive Project Management Methodologies - MGMT 310 - Hours: 45|
|Building on the predictive project management methodologies introduced during Semester 1, this Semester 2 course will engage students in researching and applying the values, principles and practices of Agile, Scrum and other adaptive project methodologies to project management simulations and case studies.|
|Applied Project Management - Simulation Course - APST 167 - Hours: 45|
Students apply the project management knowledge, skills and techniques learned during Semester 1 to plan, execute, monitor and control, and close a simulated project using SimulTrain project simulation software. This should be considered a capstone activity in which students demonstrate their understanding of, and ability to apply, project management tools and techniques from the PMBOK Guide, 6th. ed.
|Best Practices in Project Management - MGMT 227 - Hours: 45|
|Students are exposed to a variety of project management techniques and best practices in the global business environment and explore how these are used to facilitate the achievement of project objectives.|
|Corporate Social Responsibility in a Global Environment - MGMT 226 - Hours: 45|
|The market demands organizations in all sectors to institute strong CSR policies. This case-based course examines ethical dilemmas in domestic and international projects so that students can make ethical and sustainable business decisions.|
|Leadership & Management - MGMT 225 - Hours: 45|
Students learn and apply leadership and management concepts and how project managers can use them to build and foster high performance teams.
|Managing Change - MGMT 188 - Hours: 45|
Identification and management of the processes governing internal and external change are detailed in this course. Students will learn to create the proper documentation to ensure the achievement of project objectives including the principles of Agile Project Management.
*Course Information is subject to change without notification