PMP® Exam Preparation Program (PMP100)

Project Management Professional Test Preparation

Project Management Exam Preparation Instruction

Have you worked in project management for at least three to five years or more? If so, you are eligible to seek Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification from the Project Management Institute (PMI®). This globally recognized credential signifies that you have the experience, education, and competency to successfully lead projects. The credential can lead to higher salaries and increased marketability.

Boston University’s Metropolitan College (MET) can help you prepare for PMP exam success.

PMP® Exam Preparation

  • Part 1: Online Overview
  • Part 2: On-Campus Boot Camp

MET’s Center for Professional Education offers the PMP Exam Preparation program. Led by PMP-certified faculty, this course of study provides a full preparation for the PMP exam.

You can expect to:

  • Understand PMP certification exam registration requirements
  • Accurately complete the exam application
  • Review the PMBOK, including the:
    • 5 process groups
    • 10 knowledge areas
    • 47 project management processes and associated input and outputs
  • Prepare for critical test areas and concepts not found in the PMBOK
  • Concentrate on difficult areas, including analytical and mathematical concepts
  • Develop effective test-taking and passing strategies
  • Decode questions for the best answers
  • Check your progress on a practice exam of 200 simulated questions

For maximum knowledge retention, we recommend you sit for the PMP exam shortly after completing the three-day On-Campus Boot Camp.

For additional information on our program, read through the course details.

Project Management at BU’s Metropolitan College

Boston University’s Metropolitan College (MET) is a trailblazer in project management education. With its variety of cutting-edge graduate programs in project management, MET prepares qualified, successful project managers to oversee large and small projects in a broad range of multinational industries. In the classroom or online, high-quality students benefit from academic inquiry, case studies, and project simulations that provide theoretical and practical understanding of the essential elements of project management. The Project Management Institute Global Accreditation Center for Project Management Education Programs (GAC) has accredited the following Boston University programs: the MS in Computer Information Systems, and the MS in Project Management.

Registration

To register for the blended classroom program, or for full course details, click on the course link below:

Code Course Title Start - End Date
PMP100 PMP Exam Preparation Program 5/20/2017 - 6/23/2017
PMP100 PMP Exam Preparation Program 9/30/2017 - 11/5/2017