Project Management

Project Management

Technical Diploma

Everyone practices project management to some degree, but, in business, project management is an art, a specialized skill set, and a rewarding career.

A Closer Look

Project managers set and achieve reasonable and attainable goals for a project and then plan, organize, and oversee how and when these goals are met. Whether releasing a product, building out a new office site, or launching a rocket, project managers make sure it all comes together in a timely, cost-effective manner.

This exciting high-profile work demands multitasking ability, analytical thinking, and excellent communication skills. Project management is a great career path for those who enjoy variety and solving problems—and being highly valued by the companies they work for.


What You'll Learn

Mid-State’s Project Management program prepares students to successfully lead a project toward completion. Graduates are prepared to lead both teams and individuals toward a common goal and effectively use problem solving, budgeting, technology and math skills, and effective communication.

Through hands-on projects, you will learn how to manage and develop teams while practicing problem-solving analysis to effectively lead teams toward goal or project completion.


Careers

  • Project Manager
  • Implementation Manager
  • Project Leader

Program Information Guide

See the printable Program Information Guide to learn about career pathways, transfer opportunities, program outcomes, and more. If you are unable to access this document, please contact a new student specialist by calling 888.575.6782.

Costs and Financial Aid Eligibility

Expected Program Costs

Cost based on the 2018/2019 academic calendar year.

  • Tuition & Fees: $3,417.84
  • Books: $1,408.22
  • Supplies, Uniforms, and/or Exams: $0.00
  • Total Estimated Cost: $4,826.06

Financial Aid Eligibility

Financial Aid Approval Pending.


Courses

Catalog# Title Credits
Term: 1
10102121 Finance and Budgeting 3.00
10103106 Microsoft Office-Introduction 3.00
10196189 Team Building & Problem Solving 3.00
10801136 English Composition 1 3.00
-or-
10801195 Written Communication 3.00
(12 Credits)
Term: 2
10196188 Project Management 3.00
10196192 Managing for Quality 3.00
10801198 Speech 3.00
-or-
10801196 Oral/Interpersonal Communication 3.00
10804107 College Mathematics 3.00
-or-
10804118 Intermediate Algebra with Applications 4.00
-or-
10804189 Introductory Statistics 3.00
(12-13 Credits)
Total Credits: 24-25