Project Management Certificate
Take charge of your career. Avila University's Project Management is a flexible program which will develop your proficiency in the latest tools and techniques of effective leadership. Developed for professionals who are in management positions or those seeking promotion to management, this program prepares you to pass the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) exam to gain PMP certification. Be in control. Be ready. Apply now.
Already PMP Certified or want to take your education further?
Avila University offers a full Master's in Management with an emphasis in Project Management program for those who want more.
The degree programs through the Advantage Institute for Professional Studies at Avila are intended to meet students where they are at in life -- work, family, finances -- making it possible for more people to further their education and careers. The Avila Advantage offers busy adults the opportunity to enhance their life, both personally and professionally by offering:
Well-established undergraduate and graduate programs. Avila has a 20-year long reputation for serving adult students like you.
Flexible class schedules to fit your lifestyle. As we appreciate the uniqueness of every person, we have programs that adapt to your personal needs and professional aspirations. You can take classes in the evenings, weekends, online or a hybrid blend of on-campus and online courses.
Professional, real-world instructors. Learn from those who know best -- professionals in the field! Our instructors are successful professionals who are eager to share their expertise with you.
A value-based educational experience, as a non-profit University we are committed to the development of the whole person. Our goal is to Inspire you to Inspire others.
“The Advantage program was the perfect program for me. I worked full-time during the day and attended classes in the evening and on weekends. It was great being able to learn in the university setting, but the Advantage classes incorporated real experiences from the everyday working adult. This made the learning experience that much more valuable.”
-Miriam Maiden ’07