Project Management Certificate

Project management is at the core of all work organizations that seek to accomplish simple to highly complex tasks. The demand for this type of skill continues to increase across industries every day.

The Project Management Certificate program provides exposure and experience with some of the most popular concepts, texts, and methodologies, including PMI, PMBOK, Six Sigma, Lean, Agile, Scrum, Innovation, and several more to help you become a professional in Project Management.

Earn MBA Credit, Develop Project Management Skills

You will take hybrid classes with other MBA students that are taught by MBA faculty. These faculty members are project managers and business professionals in the real world and teach from personal experience By joining this robust network, you'll start solving real-world challenges facing your organization.

Courses run from May to December and include:

You will earn nine credits that will transfer directly into the Midland MBA, but do not have to enroll in the MBA program to pursue this certificate.

Certified to Lead

Earn your PMI Designation

Project Management Institute is the world's largest project-related industry group with a membership count close to 3 million.

This program aligns with PMI-developed methodology and can help you earn your CAPM, PMP, or ACP.

Become Yellow Belt Certified

Over 80% of Fortune 100 companies employ some form of a Six Sigma based program, utilizing this data drive approach to reduce defects in business processes.

By completing this program, you will earn a Yellow Belt designation in Six Sigma.

Costs and Aid

Invest in yourself, and we'll invest in you. Learn more about how to secure your $4,750 Development Grant.

Total Cost (tuition and fees) $10,236
Development Grant -$4,750
Your Cost $5,486

Learn from Real-World Project Managers

Andrew Sherwood | Mutual of Omaha

Andrew Sherwood, MBA, MSc, PMP, ACP, CSSBB, CSP, CSM

Sr. Project Manager,
Mutual of Omaha 

Faculty Lead, Project Management Certificate

"Project Management is one of the most in demand skill sets in the job market at this time, the Graduate Certificate program takes a very real-world application approach to prepare you for these roles."

Andrew Sherwood is Faculty Lead-Project Management for Midland University's MBA Program.  

Andrew holds the Project Management Institute’s (PMI®) Project Management Professional (PMP®) and Agile Certified Practitioner (ACP®) certifications, as well as being a Certified Scrum Practitioner (CSP®), Certified Scrum Master (CSM®), and Six Sigma Black Belt (CSSBB). He is a graduate of Creighton’s Heider College of Business (MBA), Peru State College (MS), and University of Nebraska at Omaha (BS).

He is currently a Project Manager with Mutual of Omaha.  Prior to working at Mutual of Omaha, Andrew was a Data and Process Improvement Consultant at Lincoln Financial Group and has also been a Claims Manager and Business Analyst at Fidelity and Guaranty Life.

Be a Part of a Rapidly Growing Career

1.5 million new PM jobs to be created annually through 2025.  Average salary for PMs is around $100,000.Future proof your career with a Project Management Certificate.

Get Started

Applications are free and accepted on a rolling basis, though admissions are capped for each class.

There are three easy steps to apply:

  • Complete the 10-minute online application
  • Submit your resume and a personal statement via the admissions portal
  • Complete an in-person interview with Admissions
Applications are required by May 1 each year to guarantee a seat in the class.

Classes begin in late May each year.

Request more information or call (402) 941-6226 to learn more about the program.

* Due to the cohort nature of the MBA, the Project Management Certificate only begins in May of each year.