PMP Exam Review Course

The Fifth Edition of the Project Management Body of Knowledge will be released on January 1, 2013. The PMP Certification Exam will change on July 31, 2013.


View the PMI Standards FAQ Document for information about changes to the standards, release dates of the revised standards and certification exams.

This professional development series is composed of noncredit classes that cover topics relevant to the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK). While students do not receive college credit, they do earn the Professional Development Unit (PDU) credit recognized by PMI. The course covers basic project management principles and concepts and helps prepare students for the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification examination. The curriculum targets candidates preparing for the PMP exam.

If you plan to take the 200 question Project Management Professional examination, prepare for the exam by attending this 35 hour examination review. The course is offered in a 10 week evening format.

This course allows you to focus on knowledge you need to master the exam. This review is not designed to teach project management, but to provide you with information, test-taking tips and techniques that will shorten your study time and help you pass the exam. You will have an opportunity to take a sample PMP practice exam.

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Review Session Topics

Project Initiation 
  • Need identification
  • Study/analysis
  • Product or service description
  • Management responsibilities
  • Draft charter
  • Project manager selection
Project Planning
  • Scope planning
  • Scope definition
  • Activity definition
  • Activity sequencing
  • Resource planning
  • Activity duration estimating
  • Cost estimating
  • Schedule development
  • Communication planning
  • Quality planning
  • Organizational planning
  • Risk management
  • Procurement planning
  • Project plan development
Project Execution 
  • Project plan execution
  • Scope verification
  • Quality assurance
  • Team development
  • Information distribution
  • Source selection
  • Contract administration
Project Control
  • Overall change control
  • Scope change control
  • Schedule control
  • Cost control
  • Quality control
  • Performance reporting
  • Risk response control
Project Closing
  • Administrative close-out
  • Contract close-out

Who Should Attend?

Candidates preparing to take the Project Management Professional certification examination.

Instructors

Instructors have been selected for their expertise in the specific subject areas and experience with the PMP exam.

The Project Management Institute grants the PMP designation. Application to take the computer-based exam should be made through PMI. Registration for the PMP exam review does not include the registration fee for the certification examination.

For additional information, contact the Project Management Program at (972) 883-2656.