Project Management Programs

Project Management Comparison Chart

Georgetown offers three distinct project management programs that prepare students with the technical knowledge and leadership skills needed to effectively plan, manage, and execute complex projects, programs, and portfolios on time and within budget.

  Certificate in Project Management Master's in Project Management Executive Master's in
Program & Portfolio Management
Overview Built around the core processes defined by Project Management Institute (PMI), this non-credit program prepares participants to become more accomplished, qualified, and effective managers in their fields. Featuring a combination of specialized coursework and practical application, this program prepares participants to add value to their organizations and become successful project managers and leaders. This innovative program prepares participants with the advanced competencies and strategic mindset needed to effectively use organizational resources to deliver maximum value.
Ideal for:
  • Individuals looking to quickly develop foundational knowledge in project management
  • Professionals preparing for the PMP® Exam
  • Professionals seeking an in-depth understanding of the tools, techniques, and skills used in project management
  • Early- to mid-level professionals looking to advance within the field
  • Senior-level professionals across a breadth of industries seeking to build their networks and advance within the project portfolio management field
Prerequisites Bachelor's degree or equivalent Bachelor's degree and 2+ years of professional experience Bachelor's degree and 5+ years of professional experience in senior-level roles
Program Format On campus, online, or 2-week intensive on campus On campus, online, or through combination of both Online with 2 on-site residencies
Duration On-campus intensive: 2 weeks
On campus & online: average 3-6 months
Average 1-3 years Average 1-2 years
Curriculum 6 courses (80 contact hours) 10 courses (30 credits) 8 courses (30 credits)
Entry Fall, Spring, or Summer Fall, Spring, or Summer Fall or Spring
All courses in these programs will count toward the education requirements for the
Project Management Professional (PMP
®) Exam

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