Course Detail

PMP Exam Preparation Program PMP100

Course Description

Part 1 is offered online. Sessions will be held weekly for five weeks for an hour (and recorded).

Part 2 is offered at the Boston University Charles River Campus.
* This class will be beginning in September - over six weeks.
* NB Arrangements may be made, for an additional fee, for on-campus housing during the three on-campus days of class for the May session in June.

Prerequisites

To sit for the exam, you must also:

* A four-year degree (bachelor's or global equivalent).
* At least three years of project management experience, with 7,500 hours leading to directing projects
* A minimum of 35 hours of project management education (which this course fulfills)

OR

* A secondary diploma (high school or global equivalent )
* At least five years of project management experience, with 7,500 hours leading and directing projects
* A minimum of 35 hours of project management education (which this course fulfills)

Submit your application to PMIĀ® to take the exam. The Online Overview (Part 1) will enable you to have your application completed and submitted prior to taking the On-Campus Boot Camp (Part 2).

IMPORTANT:

Students are responsible for registering for the PMP certification exam, whether they take it after the Boot Camp or at a later date. The cost of the PMP exam is not included in the cost of the PMP Exam Preparation course.

Textbooks and Class Materials

  • The following will be provided and is included in the fee: Textbook The PMP Exam: How to Pass on Your First Try. (Andy Crowe, 5th Ed)
    This text is mailed to the students after the first online class session.

For more information, please call 1-866-633-9370.