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In today’s workforce, there is an ever-growing need for employees to manage both their own – and others’ – time and resources.

Project managers serve as the architects of order as they track progress from project initiation to completion, and these skills can be applied in a variety of fields.  They bring structure, planning, and communication to projects to ensure that goals are defined, resources are allocated efficiently, and timelines are maintained.

This course of study will provide insight into when a set of work activities becomes a project and how to drive successful project implementation.

Sheridan College’s Project Management Certificate is an accelerated, affordable program, allowing you to work with qualified industry professionals while gaining a year of relevant experience that you can apply to an existing or new career.

Why Sheridan College?

  • Hands-on experience and small class sizes from highly respected faculty
  • Career-relevant curriculum aligned to teach real-world skills
  • Affordable tuition for this condensed program to allow you to enhance your skills at your current profession, or begin a new career with a portfolio of tools and techniques

Employment Demand

According to data provided by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, demand for project management specialists in the state of Wyoming between 2021 and 2031 is expected to increase by 13 percent.  Growth in this career is expected to increase by 7 percent in the United States during the same period.

Faculty and Community

Sheridan College faculty is here to help guide you through relevant and applicable courses, help you build key skills, and mentor you as you pursue your goals.

With years of professional experience, we focus career-relevant curriculum aligned to teaching real-world skills.  Students have enjoyed the opportunity to integrate theory and practical application into college experiences.

The faculty instructors at Sheridan College offer these courses in a variety of delivery methods that meet your interests and needs.

Careers and Opportunities

Project management skills are utilized in a variety of fields from healthcare to construction to technology. The Bureau indicates that individuals with these skills are receiving an annual salary of $79,880 in Wyoming and $95,370 in the nation, such as:

  • Business Analyst
  • Project Coordinator
  • Project Analyst
  • Project Manager
  • Project Administrator