The Bellingham Business Journal
Trinity Western University’s Bellingham campus is launching a new program leading to a certificate in project management, beginning with classes on Feb. 10 from 6 to 9 p.m. at 143 W. Kellogg Road between Cordata Parkway and Guide Meridian.
The program will fully prepare the student to take and pass the certification examination of the international Project Management Institute, leading to official certification as a professional project manager. This position is in demand in many different industries making it a very versatile and flexible skill set.
The Project Management Professional Program consists of seven courses, all of which earn university-level credit. All classes will be offered in the evening and the occasional Saturday. Students may participate in the program in one of three ways: as a Trinity Western University bachelor’s degree-earning student, as a student enrolled in only the project management certificate program, or as an individual taking just one or more of the project management courses.
All project management courses will be taught by instructors holding at least a Master’s degree from an accredited university who are also certified professional project managers with the Project Management Institute. The instructor for the first Project Management course is Dr. Bill Warner, a regionally renowned expert in the field. Warner has designed and taught project management courses for Western Washington University, Bellingham Technical College, numerous online universities, and in Greece and China. He is a member and past officer of the largest Project Management Institute chapter in the United States – the Project Management Institute – Mt. Baker Chapter.
For more information, contact Dr. Cynthia Gibson at 360-527-0222 or Cynthia.firstname.lastname@example.org