Project Management

The Project Management concentration will help students become proficient in the skills and processes essential to project management and prepare them to sit for the Project Management Certification Exam.

Project Managers are skilled professionals tasked with the job of making sure that a project is completed well, on budget and on time. Successful business projects require a leader with the skills to oversee initial development, provide staffing needs, and stay within a budget, all while reducing risk and managing outside stakeholders.

The Graduate Certificate in Project Management at Park University is in the College of Management. It is designed to prepare students for the Professional Management Project credentialing exam. Consider this certificate if you are interested in a challenging career providing business solutions—especially in the construction, engineering, architecture, manufacturing and real estate development industries.

Locations & Learning Options

When you pursue the Project Management Graduate Certificate, you will take classes online.

The Graduate Certificate in Project Management requires a minimum of 12 completed credit hours. Refer to your catalog for a complete listing of coursework for this degree.

Online & Parkville

Project Management, Minor

Campus Centers, Online & Parkville

Project Management, B.S.B.A.

Project Management, Graduate Certificate

Project Management, Certificate

Campus Centers, Gilbert, Online & Parkville

Master of Business Administration, Project Management Concentration, M.B.A.

Master of Healthcare Administration, Project Management Concentration, M.H.A.

Gilbert & Online

Master of Public Administration, Project Management, M.P.A.







Kirby Brown

Kirby R. Brown

Dean, College of Management

Dr. Greg Moore

Associate Dean, Graduate Programs
Associate Professor of Finance

Adrian James

Dr. Adrian James

Associate Dean, Robert W. Plaster School of Business
Associate Professor of Management

Dr. Lacey Finley

Assistant Professor of Management

Stacy Yeager_Okosi

Dr. Stacy Yeager-Okosi

Director of Masters of Business Administration
Assistant Professor

Dr. Henry Roehrich

Dr. Henry Roehrich

Professor of Management/Marketing

Shape the future

Park University’s Robert W. Plaster School of Business prepares a diverse set of learners to support free enterprise in a socially responsible manner, within a global community. The Business Administration core includes courses in accounting, economics, international business, mathematics, law, policy, marketing and management. You can then choose from one of six concentrations.

Learn to comprehensively manage projects from initial design to final execution.

When you earn a Graduate Certificate in Project Management from Park University, you gain the knowledge, skills and abilities to competently plan, organize, staff, and guide processes for creating a solution or system.


  • Project Manager
  • Construction Manager
  • Grants Manager
  • Healthcare Research Manager
  • Director of Technology
  • Community Research Manager
students in class talking with instructor, business administration
students in class, business administration

A Park University Business education: a great return on your investment

Park University’s Robert W. Plaster School of Business is one of the largest nonprofit business and management schools in the U.S. Our mission is to provide quality, innovative, application-based learning. As a Business Administration major, you will learn principles that cross disciplines. You’ll graduate poised to generate new ideas and make them happen.

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Park University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

Park University is a private, non-profit, institution of higher learning since 1875.