Project Management

Undergraduate Certificate

Boost your resume with a project management certificate.

Every organization requires leaders, organizers and problem solvers to ensure business runs smoothly. The Regis Undergraduate Certificate in Project Management can help you refine your organizational acumen and advance your career, no matter what field you’re in. You’ll learn how to devise creative solutions to difficult problems while inspiring others around you to follow a shared vision and achieve common goals.

An undergraduate certificate in project management will sharpen your existing skills and help you apply them in the business world. Whether mapping out strategies, building timelines, identifying methodologies or keeping to tight deadlines, you’ll gain a set of practical skills that are invaluable to employers across diverse sectors. In the coming years, there will be no shortage of project management jobs — in fact, the Project Management Institute (PMI) estimates employers will need 87.7 million individuals working in project management-oriented roles worldwide by 2027.

Classes are offered online or on campus and are designed to fit around your busy schedule.


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Program Snapshot

Program Format
Online and on-campus courses

Time Commitment
6-12 months

Key Dates
Starts are offered in January, March, May, July, August and October

By the Numbers

Globally accredited programs by PMI (including Regis)*
22 million
New project management roles globally by 2027**
Average project manager salary in the U.S.***

*Project Management Institute (PMI),
**Project Management Institute (PMI),

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BA 4657: Process Mapping and Improvement

Identify the methods and tools utilized in the identification, examination and improvement of processes within an organization.

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BA 4658: Project Management

Explore tools and processes of project management with emphasis on organizational structures and resources for successful management.

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CIS 448: Project Management

Discover foundational and practical project management skills and principles, including tools and processes used in both Waterfall and Agile methodologies.

To apply to the Project Management undergraduate certificate program, you will need:
  • Completed online application
  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Evidence of work experience and/or transferrable college credit from a regionally accredited institution
  • Resume
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Program tuition: $555 per credit hour

Total program credits: 12

Earning your undergraduate certificate in Project Management sets you apart and prepares you for professional success — think of it as an investment in your future. Between scholarship opportunities and financial aid packages, advancing your education is within reach. Explore our Investing in Your Future undergraduate financing guide for lots of helpful tips.

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The Undergraduate Certificate in Project Management program is offered by the Management and Leadership Department in the Anderson College of Business and Computing.