Colorado Technical University offers robust Project Management degree programs. CTU is a Project Management Institute® Recognized Education Provider and all of our project management courses and degree programs carry this indication of quality. Our Project Management programs have been designed to help meet the needs of industry for project management professionals. Whether you want to earn a project management degree or are looking to take individual courses, you can learn more about the Project Management Professional (PMP®) credential* or keeping your credential in good standing by clicking here.
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Welcome to Project Management at Colorado Technical University!
CTU has a rich history with the Project Management Institute® (PMI) and was one of the first Universities in the nation to earn GAC accreditation from the Global Accreditation Center for Project Management Education Programs at PMI. In doing so the GAC Board recognizes the commitment to project management educational excellence that has been demonstrated by Colorado Technical University throughout the GAC Accreditation process. Students that earn a project management degree from the University can be assured that their education meets high quality standards set by PMI for preparing students for success in project management careers.
We offer a number of Project Management degree options for students. We have both undergraduate and graduate degrees in project management. Students have the option to take their courses online, on campus or as hybrid (in-class and online). Please review the degree program descriptions for more information.
The Project Management Institute® (PMI) is the world's leading not-for-profit project management professional association. PMI has over 100,000 members worldwide, providing global leadership and developing standards of practice for project management professionals.
Since 1984, PMI has developed and maintained a rigorous, examination-based professional certification program to help project managers reach the peaks of their professions.*
CTU is a Project Management Institute® Recognized Education Provider. To earn the R.E.P. designation, the University must meet all of the standards of quality and effectiveness that is defined by PMI. PMI-R.E.P. status ensures that the content of our courses and programs is in alignment with the Project Management Institute’s® Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide).
As an R.E.P. member, Colorado Technical University is approved to award professional development units (PDUs) to meet the continuing education requirements needed by PMI credential holders. PMI organizes PDUs into five different categorizes. PDUs that are earned at Colorado Technical University would be considered as Category 1: Formal Academic Education. Each 4 credit hour course is worth 44 PDUs. Students should file and report their CTU PDUs under Category I: Formal Academic Education.
Your next employer may be familiar with PMI. At CTU, you can identify the degrees that are PMI recognized by looking for the PMI designation. When you earn one of these degrees at CTU, you can be recognized as a career-motivated professional who recognizes the importance of earning an industry-current education.
The following CTU degree programs are Globally Accredited by PMI through the PMI Global Accreditation Center (PMI-GAC). The PMI-GAC serves two fundamental purposes — to ensure the quality of academic degree programs in project management and to assist faculty and universities in the improvement of degree programs. Using a thorough review process, the GAC helps ensure the scope and quality of academic programs. As a student, you can be assured these programs meet the high standards set forth by the GAC.
The Project Management Institute® has taken the lead in establishing accreditation standards for post-secondary degrees and master certificates in programs primarily focused on project management.
The graduate and undergraduate content offered by CTU has been reviewed by PMI and found to be relevant to project management and consistent with the knowledge and process areas described in the Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide).
The PMBOK Guide is a globally recognized standard for managing projects in today's marketplace. The PMBOK Guide is approved as an American National Standard (ANS) by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). PMI® is committed to the continuous improvement and expansion of the PMBOK® Guide, as well as the development of additional standards.
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