IT Project Management C.S.

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IT Project Management C.S.

Department: Computer Science

Total Credit Hours: 18 credits

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Subject Course Title Credits
General Education Requirements (0 credits)
Core Course Requirements (18 credits)
First Eight Weeks CPT 135 Python Programming 3
CPT 165 Computer Programming Logic 3
Second Eight Weeks CPT 125 Introduction to Project Management 3
CPT 181 SQL Basics 3
Third Eight Weeks CPT 200 System Analysis and Design 3
CPT 225 Advanced Topics in Project Management 3
Total Required Hours: 18 credits

What is IT Project Management, C.S.?

With an increasing demand for high tech solutions to today's business and industry challenges, there is a growing need for good people with high quality IT project management knowledge and skills. The Certificate of Specialization in IT Project Management provides students with a solid foundation in computer science and knowledge of project management. This certificate covers the basics of programming, database design, logical thinking, project experience, knowledge and understanding of the 10 units in the Project Management Book of Knowledge (PMBOK).

This certificate is an intense accelerated program and designed to be completed in just 24 weeks with the student taking two classes every eight weeks. After completion of this certificate program students will also be eligible to take the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) exam offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI) for industry certification.

Salary Outlook

People established in their career as information technology project managers generally earn between $105,290 and $170,670 per year. Exceptional performers can earn in excess of $208,000.

Opportunities for advancement and promotion after entry-level employment are higher with an A.A.S. or A.A. transfer degree degree compared to certificates.

Source: FOCUS Online Career and Education Planning Systems

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