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Certified Associate in Project Management

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Project management has been the driver of the U.S. and global economy and industries.  Organizations seek qualified professionals with the knowledge, training and certifications to meet today’s rapidly growing global economy.  The Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) will provide you with the skills and competencies that will strengthen your knowledge to lead projects and programs.  Professionals with CAPM certification can play a unique role in successfully initiating and completing projects and advancing in their careers.

Required Courses

Applies Towards the Following Certificates

Required Textbook: 
CAPM® Exam Prep, Fifth Edition By Rita Mulcahy.

Class begins on  March 2, 2024. Class ends on April 6, 2024. (ZOOM, Synchronous, Asynchronous)


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Individuals in any discipline and those who are interested in changing/advancing their careers.

The prerequisites set by Project Management Institute for the CAPM exam are as follows:

  •  Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree, or the global equivalent)
  •  23 hours of project management education completed before taking the CAPM exam.

Lisa Vasquez, MBA, ACUE, PMP, CSM, is a leader with more than 15 years’ experience in technology, project, program, and portfolio management. Her experience includes having managed large scale global and domestic projects and programs across a wide range of disciplines, including healthcare, entertainment, financial services for Fortune 100 companies. Associate Professor of Project Management, she is known for engaging students with project-based learning to simulate real-world application.

She received a BS from Cal State LA and her MBA from the USW; she is a certified project manager with a PMP from the Project Management Institute, and a certified Scrum Master with a CSM from Scrum Alliance; she has a Credential in Effective College Instruction from the Association of College and University Educators (ACUE) and the American Council on Education.


The current course schedule which includes class meeting times, locations and design is subject to change without notice or obligation. The University does not guarantee the availability of a particular course or section, and reserves the right to cancel due to insufficient enrollment.

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