The Project Management program provides knowledge and skills in project management, including fundamentals (e.g., initiating, planning, execution, monitoring and control), as well as scheduling software, procurements and contracts, managing human resources, and risk management. The program incorporates a hands-on, practical application approach and uses experienced project management practitioner perspectives in the development and execution of the program. The program uses a building block approach of a one-year certificate or two-year Associate in Applied Science degree, and a Bachelor in Project Management degree where each added step in the education builds on and reinforces the earlier knowledge, skills, and experiences.
The goal of the Project Management program is to equip students with sound project management knowledge and skills with practical experience in project scenarios that resemble real-world situations. Students of this program will be able to apply these project management knowledge and skills in the workplace, in volunteer organizations, or life. Click on the graphic or this link for the Project Management Program brochure.
Students who have completed all 100-200 level Project Management courses can begin taking the 300-400 level Project Management courses. Although not a requirement, it's recommended that students complete their Associate in Applied Science in Project Management degree before taking 300-400 level Project Management courses towards their bachelors degree.
Grant Sponsor & Support - Hanford Workforce Education and Training Initiative
Hanford Workforce Education and Training Initiative is a five year, five million dollar grant provided by the U.S. Department of Energy that is designed to provide necessary cross-cutting education and training programs at CBC and Washington State University Tri-Cities.
Grant Sponsored by: U.S. Department of Energy.
Tri Cities Local Support: CBC, WSU Tri-Cities, Tri-City Development Council (TRIDEC) – Community Reuse Organization, Benton Franklin Workforce Development Council, Volpentest HAMMER Training Facility, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) – Local 77 (NUTEC facility), and various Hanford Prime Contractors.
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