The Certificate in Project Management, created by Asana and Pathstream in partnership with Golden Gate University, is a three-course sequence designed to equip students with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in developing, managing, tracking, and communicating project plans. Students will learn principles and best practices from the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®). Such skills are broadly applicable in a range of business and organizational settings. Completion of the program leads to an industry certificate awarded by Asana, a leader in project management software and programs. When combined with their degree, this certificate offers students the potential for maximum employability.
See Admission to Certificate Programs for more information regarding admission requirements.
The Undergraduate Certificate in Project Management requires completion of the following 9 units. All courses must be completed at Golden Gate University with a cumulative grade-point average (GPA) of 2.00 (“C” average) or better in courses taken at Golden Gate University that are applicable to the program’s requirements. See Undergraduate Students Academic Standing Standards for more information.
Course prerequisites are indicated in the course description for each course and must be satisfied prior to enrolling in a given course. Prerequisites may be satisfied through transfer of equivalent coursework from external institutions or by taking the courses at GGU.