|PMPG 5000: Principles of Project Management|
|PMPG 5001: Project Scope and Quality Management|
|PMPG 5004: Project Resources: Planning and Scheduling|
|PMPG 5005: Project Communications|
|PMPG 5012: Project Procurement Management|
|PMPG 5013: Project Cost Management|
|PMPG 5500: Project Risk Management|
|PMPG 5501: Project Leadership: Human Relations and Ethics|
|PMPG 5503: Capstone Research Project|
|PMPG 5557: Project Modeling and Simulation|
|Select 2 from the following courses|
|PMPG: Project Management Elective|
Upon successful completion of the program, a graduate will:
Link projects with the organization’s strategic plans, documenting the business need and justification for the project.
Define and manage the overall scope of the project, documenting project goals, deliverables, constraints, performance criteria and resource requirements in consultation with project stakeholders.
Develop a comprehensive project plan.
Integrate project functions, making tradeoffs among competing objectives and alternatives in order to meet or exceed project objectives.
Implement planning and control procedures, resource management, and risk management plans.
Employ a range of methodologies, techniques and tools available to project managers.
Develop, implement and analyze key financial information, translating financial information into project terms and establishing financial benchmarks.
Identify, analyze and refine project costs to produce a budget and control project costs.
Determine quality requirements and implement quality assessment activities.
Identify and allocate human resources required to manage project tasks, both within the core project team and the broader organization.
Manage communications to ensure the timely and appropriate generation, collection, dissemination, storage and disposition of project information to aid in the achievement of project objectives.
Identify potential risk events, monitor and control project risk, and assess risk management outcomes.
Identify procurement requirements, establish procurement processes, and implement and evaluate contracts.
Monitor project progress, identify variances and take timely action to deal with problems and opportunities.
Anticipate and respond to challenges inherent in complex projects.
Develop creative and flexible solutions that bring projects in on time and within budget.
Adhere to legal requirements and ethical standards.
Interact with team and stakeholders in a professional manner, respecting differences, to ensure a collaborative project management environment.
Humber College and Project Management Institute’s Toronto Chapter (PMI Toronto) have announced the next chapter in their three-year alliance through a recently signed partnership agreement.
Student ambassadors helped answer questions about the Project Management Graduate Certificate Program. There was a lot of interest in project management from prospects with many different backgrounds.
Experienced industry professionals came in to speak with the 2nd semester project management students through a series of roundtable rotations. Students were able to meet each project manager and ask them questions.
The Humber PMI-Toronto Student Community was officially launched during an event held on Thursday, March 1, 2018. It was a milestone for the Project Management Graduate Certificate Program, the Faculty of Applied Sciences & Technology and Humber College.
The Project Management Institute (PMI) stated that project-based industries could be at risk due to the lack of skilled project managers, based on a studies conducted by The Anderson Economic Group (AEG). In 2017, a significant talent gap was revealed that further presents opportunities for employment and career advancement in this area. In a PMI-commissioned study entitled, Project Management Job Growth and Talent Gap 2017-2027, AEG looked at 11 countries and found that by 2027, the project management labour force in key sectors was expected to grow by 33% (22 million new jobs) and consequently, employers would need some 88 million employees in project management-oriented roles. Recently the PMI has highlighted, through a similar study, industry’s focus on building digital skills and the technology quotient as important talent development priorities to complement technical, leadership and strategic/business competencies. Delivering value using a mix of project management approaches is a priority for these organizations.
Whatever sector you want to work in, the demand for leaders and team members with project management skills and competencies is growing. Our program has been designed to help everyone, from the new graduate to the experienced professional, looking to acquire this highly regarded and sought-after skillset.
Project Management Institute (PMI®)
Humber is recognized as an Authorized Training Partner of the Project Management Institute (PMI®). Graduates of the program will have satisfied the education requirements for a variety of certifications through the Project Management Institute.
PMI®, PMP®, and CAPM® are registered trademarks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.
Additional requirements may apply.
Note: The requirements for the additional credential(s) are determined by the granting body, which is independent from the College. Students are encouraged to obtain the specific requirements directly from the granting body before enrolling.
Watch the video to learn more about Humber's Project Management program.
2018 SCMA Case Competition
Mon, February 26, 2018
A team from Humber's Supply Chain Post Graduate Certificate program competed in the SCMA annual case competition and advanced to the national finals.
Approximately 30 teams competed in the cross Canada competition, simulcast from the University of Calgary, St. Mary's University (Halifax) and the McMaster Degroote School of Business in Burlington. The team advanced as one of the top five to the National round. Congratulations to Humber's SCMA case team on their achievement.
2018 APICS Case Competition
Mon, February 26, 2018
A team from Humber's Supply Chain Post Graduate Certificate program advanced from the APICS initial case competition in October.
The team competed against 200 teams from around the world and qualified for the regional case competition that took place simultaneously on February 23-24 in Amsterdam, Atlanta, Chicago, Costa Mesa, Mexico City, Parsippany, and Toronto. Congratulations to Humber's APICS case team for advancing to the regional round.
Supply Chain Management Students Make a Fresh Impression
Mon, February 06, 2017
A group of Humber Supply Chain Management students impressed judges and made it into the top 6 of The Fresh Connection Supply Chain Case Competition.
Gaya Mohapatra, Kaileigh Wicha, Sukhveer Dhaliwal, Pradip Sharma and Tomas Suliman competed against 15 other teams at the District level after beating a number of other college teams from the Greater Toronto Area.
The Fresh Connection APICS Global Student Challenge is an annual competition between student teams from across the world. Students work together in teams of four to make the best strategic and tactical choices for the value chain to save the virtual company, The Fresh Connection, from financial ruin.
Each team member becomes either Vice President Purchasing, Vice President Operations, Vice President Sales or Vice President Supply Chain. Together they have to make the company profitable again by getting the highest possible return on investment.
“To win the competition, our students used a secret strategy that we teach – we call it collaboration,” says Angelo Crupi, Supply Chain Management program coordinator.
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Humber United Way Campaign
Mon, November 01, 2021
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Our Humber FAST faculty, Carl Oliver and Dr. Shaun Ghafari (who took one for the team!) are co-chairs of the Humber College United Way Greater Toronto Campaign! Each year, Humber employees are asked to support United Way of Greater Toronto, through regular payroll deductions, one-time donations or by participating in fundraising activities. While the pies are all gone, please consider donating via payroll!
Delivering Humber College to the World
Mon, November 01, 2021
We have the collective ability and responsibility to transform education on a global stage and this interdisciplinary initiative will develop future leaders and global citizens.
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