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Minor in Project Management

Project management is a growing profession, gaining 1.5 million jobs annually around the world. In a highly competitive job market, skills in project management are what employers want—in fields as healthcare, finance, business, government and more. Many of the world’s leading organizations employ project managers, and also recognize the value of hiring candidates with certifications.

Project Management Minor: Barney students 12 Credits

  • MGT340 Project Management [3]
  • MGT455 Advanced Project Management [3]
  • MGT360 Developing Management Skills [3]
  • INS434 Risk Analysis and Management [3]


  • EC 101 Intro to Economics [3]
  • Math – Approved by minor advisor [3]

Professional Certification
The Barney School encourages project management minors to obtain project management professional certification. After completing MGT 4xx, Advanced Project Management, students should pursue the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) designation offered by the Project Management Institute.  Apply for combined PMI student membership and CAPM® certification.  Fill out this form to apply for reimbursement after you have successfully completed the CAPM exam. 


  • All of the required and elective courses for the minors must be taken for a letter grade.
  • Student must have a 2.0 overall GPA and maintain at least a 2.0 GPA for courses in the minor.
  • Courses cannot be double counted between 2 or more minors, students must take unique courses.

An application should be submitted to the Office of Academic Services of the Barney School, which will monitor the progress of student in the minor and, upon successful completion, will notify the Registrar's Office to record the minor on students' transcripts.