Lisa Bausell
teaches Project Management and Project Leadership.

Instructor, Project Management
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Prerequisites

This program is open to students who have a Project Management certificate from a recognized institution or have active status as a PMP.

 

Online Availability

Courses in this program are offered online and in the classroom.

 

Duration of Study

Most students complete the curriculum in 3 to 6 months.

 

Estimated Cost

$2,700

As project managers grow in their careers, the projects, programs and portfolios they manage become increasingly complex and cross-functional, demanding both deeper project management and broader business skills. It’s not enough to manage to scope, schedule and costs. Advanced project managers must manage a wider variety of stakeholders, ensure adoption of new products and services, and deliver a project’s intended value to an organization.

The Advanced Program in Project Management will help you stand out from other seasoned project managers and give you a competitive edge in a complex and crowded job market. To do so, you will take three courses related to advanced project management and leadership development, as well as fields such as Agile management, business analysis and business process management.

Take control of your projects and your career by communicating more effectively with stakeholders, advance your leadership skills and add business value to your projects. In just a few months, you can advance your career to the next level.

Prerequisites

To be eligible to apply to this program, you should have:

To be recognized, project management certificate programs must:

  • Originate from an institute of higher learning
  • Comprise at least 150 hours of instruction
  • And include at least 30 hours of project management–related leadership training

Students whose certificates do not meet these criteria or whose PMP status has elapsed can complete UC Berkeley Extension coursework as a condition of admittance.

Curriculum Requirements

The curriculum requires six semester units for a total of 90 hours of instruction. All courses are two-unit courses unless otherwise stated.

Note: If you have completed the UC Berkeley Certificate Program in Project Management, you may apply two semester units of electives toward this program. Contact the department to discuss your specific requirements.

All students must complete four semester units related to project management skills and two units of leadership development.

You must take all courses for a letter grade. To receive the Award of Completion, you must maintain an overall minimum 2.5 grade point average (GPA), with a grade of C or better in each course.

How to Register

By applying, your declare your intention to complete the curriculum.

To apply online, complete these two steps:

  1. Submit the online application. You will need to log in to your Student Account.
  2. Pay the $100 non-refundable application fee through the shopping cart.

Students with UC Berkeley Certificates in Project Management will automatically qualify.

Students with other academic project management certificates must provide a transcript of all classes taken to complete their certificate.

Project Management Professionals must validate their active PMP credential by submitting their first and last name as it appears on their PMP certificate. We will verify your status with the Project Management Institute.

Estimated Cost

Each course is priced individually, and you pay the course fee at the time of enrollment. The program has an estimated cost of $2,700, depending on courses selected. This cost does not include course materials or the application fee. Course fees are subject to change.

Certificate and Award Request

Congratulations! After you have completed the program’s coursework, email us at extension-business@berkeley.edu or call (510) 4231 and let us know that you have completed the curriculum and are requesting your award. After your records have been reviewed, verified and approved (which can take six to eight weeks), your award will be sent to you in the mail.