Managing with MS Project


Learn how to use Microsoft Project® to organize and plan project elements, develop work-breakdown structures, schedule and budget costs for project work packages, and determine work force and other resource allocations. Hands-on experience with MS Project™ will allow project teams to develop resource allocations and project timetables, cost and payment schedules, and project quality management standards. Prerequisite: Competence working in a Microsoft Windows environment.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Develop skills for working with Microsoft Project® software
  • Work with a team to strategize project success using Microsoft Project®
  • Practice organizing and planning projects with Microsoft Project®

This course may be taken independently or combined with other required courses to earn the Project Management Essentials Certificate.

NEW! Associated Course!

Extended Studies is now offering a PMP/CAPM Credential Exam Preparation course for project managers seeking certification through the Project Management Institute. (The course does not apply to the Project Management Essentials Certificate.)

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Course: CPML 202-00
Term: 2192
Section Number: 1
Schedule Number: 2192CPML202
Instructor(s): Eric Baryol
Location: Redfield Campus, Redfield Campus RM 110
Dates: April 9-11, 2019 (Tues.-Thurs., 6-9 p.m.)
Units: 0.0 CEUs
Contact Hours: 9.0 Contact Hours

$345 early registration through March 20, 2019; $395 after March 20, 2019. Fee includes tuition, course materials and parking. Participants registering for all four certificate courses at once or organizations sending three or more people should call our office at (800) 233-8928 or (775) 784-4046 and ask about available discounts (discounts available via phone registration only).

Required Fees: Price
Registration (Early) - Through March 20, 2019$345.00