New 16-Month Graduate Certificate
in Project Management at Algoma University


ApplyBoard is excited to share that Algoma University in Brampton is now offering a 16-month Graduate Certificate in Project Management. Algoma University is the only institution in Canada offering a program of this calibre in just 16 months.  

This interdisciplinary graduate certificate in project management is a 60-credit, four-term program. It is designed for students whose main interest is in acquiring a broad skill-set and comprehensive knowledge in project management in a wide variety of fields, including information technology, cultural/social enterprises, science, and business, to enter or re-enter the workforce quickly. 

The unique nature of this certificate exposes students to project management principles in a variety of fields and gives them experiential opportunities to work in interdisciplinary teams on short projects of interest. It is suitable for students who already hold an undergraduate degree, diploma, or an existing graduate certificate, but desire the project management academic course requirements to pursue a Project Management Professional (PMP) designation to complement their work experience and previous education.

Submit an application by May 31, 2020, and get $50 off the application fee!

Applications Are Now Being Accepted for This New Program
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About Algoma University

Algoma University’s original campus is located in the heart of the Great Lakes in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, and recently opened a new campus in Brampton, Ontario. Established in 1965 as Algoma University College, an affiliate of Laurentian University, has been educating the people of Ontario and the world for over 50 years. 

They offer over 30 different academic programs, with expertise in life sciences, environmental science, business and computer science and technology. All of Algoma’s programs provide a variety of experiential learning opportunities, including undergraduate research, co-operative education, internships, and hands-on learning. 

Please contact your ApplyBoard Representative if you have any questions.