Last class before implementation of new exam
Time is running out for anyone preparing to take the current version of the Project Management Professional (PMP®) exam, which is changing July 1. Whereas the existing exam is based on the five performance domains of initiating, planning, executing, monitoring and controlling, and closing, the new version focuses on people, process and business environment.
March 3-12, 2020
Intensive four-night combined exam preparation course concentrating on two levels of certification
The University of Delaware’s Division of Professional and Continuing Studies (UD PCS) is conducting one more offering of its combined Project Management Professional (PMP®) and Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) Exam Prep class before the new exam is introduced. Focusing on the knowledge areas documented in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge Sixth Edition and the Agile Practice Guide, the course is being conducted on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, March 3-12, on UD’s Newark campus.
PMP Exam Prep is for experienced project managers, or those who have completed a project management fundamentals class, and who meet the PMP exam requirements set by the Project Management Institute (PMI®). According to a recent survey by the PMI®, the median salary of PMP® credential holders is 23% greater than their non-credentialed peers.
CAPM Exam Prep is for students who have completed UD’s Project Management Certificate program or a project management foundation course elsewhere. The CAPM credential is an entry-level certification designed for those with little or no actual project experience. The certification puts students on track toward eventual PMP status after they gain the necessary experience.