Project Management

Students in the Project Management track earn up to 16 stackable credits, including an undergraduate Certificate of Proficiency in Project Management Administration, that apply directly to undergraduate degree programs at Peirce College.

Graduates are also prepared for the Project Management Institute’s Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) exam, which is recognized by employers around the country and enhances your credibility and effectiveness working on project teams. It is an ideal credential for career changers interested in gaining competencies in project management.

Peirce counselors will connect graduates with employment opportunities in the region and help them apply for jobs, prepare for interviews and leverage the College’s alumni network.


You Can Do This!  

Explore your career via our Career Bridge Portal, where you can see the credentials and skills required for in-demand jobs, find current job opportunities in our region, and see how any transfer credits you have apply to Peirce College programs.

Applying to Career Bridge is free.

APPLY to CAREER BRIDGE to take the next step.

Courses and Certifications



PLA option

PRC 101 Peirce Orientation



MGT 210 Applied Management Concepts



MGT 306 Organizational Dynamics



MGT 404 Operations Management 



MGT 405 Strategic Management 



MGT 302 Project Management* 


PLA option

CAPM® exam



16 credits


*The Kaplan CAPM® Training Course and CAPM® Certification Exam is an acceptable substitute for MIS 302, and the College can award 3 credits for MIS 302 for students who select this option. 

Why Project Management?

Median Salary:

  • Entry-level $56,000
  • 3-5 years of experience:  $80,000

Job Growth:  projected 33% increase

Sources: and Project Management Institute.

Examples of lower wage jobs that may have a skills match:

  • Hospitality workers
  • Retail sales workers
  • Telemarketers

To get started, APPLY to CAREER BRIDGE.

Questions about corporate partnerships:

Contact Dr. Stephanie Gibbs-Emenaka at or 215.670.9279.

Questions from individual learners:
Contact LaKeesha Johnson at or 215.670.9388.

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