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Executive Project Management Certificate 

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The Department of Leadership and Organizational Administration offers the Executive Certificate in Project Management.  The Executive Certificate is offered in a hybrid format where most coursework is completed online enhanced by weekend courses taught in the Executive Education Building.  The program admits for all terms on the Clarksville and Ft. Campbell campuses providing executive style education to professionals looking to develop their project management skills.

This executive program is designed for professionals who have already earned a Bachelor's degree and would like to earn an executive graduate credential while building skills in project management. The nine-hour graduate executive certificate can be earned in as little as two eight-week terms.  


Why complete an Executive Certificate in Project Management (PMP)?

Students in the Project Management Executive Certificate will:


Students will complete this 9-hour executive program by taking three online courses, including one core course in project management and two elective courses, outlined below:


LDSP 5420:  Executive Applied Project Management (Hybrid)

LDSP 5060:  Communication Skills for Organizational Administration 


LDSP 5105:  Project Planning and Scheduling 


LDSP 5110:  Organizational Innovation


LDSP 5200:  Organizational Culture, Politics, and Change


LDSP 5300:  Survey of Best Practices in Leadership


LDSP 5560:  Small Group Leadership


LDSP 5700:  Conflict Management and Negotiation

Completion of this Executive Certificate will allow students to transition directly into the Master of Science in Leadership, if desired.  The Executive Certificate classes will count as three of the ten courses required for the Master of Science in Leadership degree.


Program Requirements

Students applying to the Project Management Executive Certificate program should meet the following admission requirements: