Ontario College Graduate Certificate | Co-op | 1 year
This program prepares you to initiate, plan, execute, monitor and control a project to ensure its success. That’s true whether your area of interest is the arts, community or social services, business or government administration. If you’re a seasoned professional, this program provides the opportunity to learn new skills to advance your career faster.
• Identify clear project objectives and detailed project requirements
• Develop and monitor performance measures
• Create valuable project management plans
• Manage communication with all team members and project stakeholders
• Arrange and control finances
• Manage project constraints including scope, quality, cost and time
In addition to your graduate certificate, you may qualify to obtain professional certification through the International Project Management Association (IPMA) or the Project Management Institute (PMI®). Contact IPMA or PMI directly for more information about their credentials and your eligibility.
The program gives you a comprehensive foundation in project management and organizational management that applies to not-for-profit, for-profit and government organizations of all sizes. The activities, cases and projects are focused on small–medium sized projects, and are uniquely non-technical in their objectives and learning outcomes.
Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent, including these required courses:
• Postsecondary 3-year advanced diploma or
• Postsecondary 3- or 4-year degree
• Postsecondary 2-year diploma* and/or
• Demonstrated competence through educational experience and/or related work experience*
*Applicants who apply with a postsecondary 2-year diploma or work experience will be requested to submit a supplemental admission requirement (submission), which includes details of related work experience, and a cover letter, which summarizes your career goals and reasons for wanting to take this program. The Office of the Registrar will update your application to let you know if a submission is required.
Eligible applicants will be selected based on previous academic achievement or academic achievement and the supplemental submission.
English Language Proficiency
All applicants whose first language is not English must meet Sheridan at CCTT’s English proficiency requirements.
Some of the courses you can expect to take in your program:
Learn to manage projects successfully in your industry or organization