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1 Mount Royal Faculty of Continuing Education & Extension Project Management Extension Certificate Program Program Information Guide Policies ~ Guidelines ~ Descriptions

2 Project Management Extension Certificate Program THANK YOU for choosing Mount Royal University to assist in your personal and professional development. Project Management has become a top career choice for professionals throughout a diversity of industries. Those who have professional training in the field of project management play an important role in any organization competing in today s hyper-change marketplace. Mount Royal University s Faculty of Continuing Education and Extension is well recognized for its leadership in providing valued training in project management. Over the past ten years, literally thousands of learners have discovered new opportunities subsequent to completing the Project Management Extension Certificate Program. This program, together with the Final Assessment Paper, will assist learners to acquire essential project management skills for effectively completing projects on time and on budget. You will find the courses current and relevant with immediate practical application to your workplace. Please refer to the following website for current course descriptions, schedules, and fees: The Program Classroom Format It is your choice to register in a few courses per term, or all six classroom courses, followed by the Final Assessment Paper (20-25 pages) in a subsequent term. Project Management: An Overview (15 Hours) Ensure the success of your next project with this comprehensive course, designed to familiarize you with the overall project management processes. Discover how to implement sophisticated project management concepts, techniques and tools. Project Management: Integration and Scope (15 Hours) Acquire skills and strategies to coordinate project elements effectively and ensure that your project includes only critical stages and resources. Explore project plan development and execution, initiation, as well as scope planning, verification and change control. Project Management: Quality (15 Hours) Quality management ensures that the necessary processes are in place to meet project goals. Explore how to integrate quality planning, assurance and control techniques into your projects to ensure their success. Project Management: Human Resource, Communications and Stakeholder Management (15 Hours) To be a successful project manager you must be able to manage, motivate and organize people and to communicate effectively with your team. Acquire proven strategies to maximize staff resources through organizational planning, staff acquisition and team development, as well as effective performance reporting and administrative closure. Discover how to apply the four Project Stakeholder Management processes. Project Management: Time and Cost (15 Hours) Ensure the timely completion of your next project while managing project costs. Discuss the defining, sequencing and duration estimating of activities, the developing and control of schedules and resource planning, as well as estimating, budgeting and controlling costs. Mount Royal University 2 Revised: August 2014

3 Project Management: Risk and Procurement (15 Hours) Explore the planning of purchases, acquisitions and contracting, requesting seller responses, selecting sellers, contract administration and contract closure. Gain insight into risk identification, performing risk qualification and quantification analysis, risk response planning and risk monitoring and controlling. Fast Track Schedule Classroom Only Earn your Project Management Extension Certificate more quickly! You need just 3 weeks of part-time classroom study to complete the 6 required classroom courses, followed by the Final Assessment Paper (independent study). Available in Fall and Winter semesters. The Program Online Format It is your choice to register in a few courses per term, or all three online modules, followed by the Final Assessment Paper (20-25 pages) in a subsequent term. Module One: Overview and Initiating Processes (15 Hours) This course is designed to familiarize participants with the ten knowledge areas of project management: Integration, Scope, Time, Cost, Quality, Human Resources, Communication, Risk, Procurement, and Stakeholder. Learners are provided with a high level of orientation to the complete set of processes involved in a project. Information and activities focus on the following processes: Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring and Controlling, and Closing processes. Module Two: Planning Processes (45 Hours) As the largest process group, the planning processes are examined in detail with supporting exercises that illustrate key tools, techniques and outputs. Create sample key outputs including Scope Statement, Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), Network Diagram, Cost Estimates and Budget, Project Schedule and a plan for each of the following areas: Resources, Risk, Procurement and Quality. Planning processes are embedded in discussions examining the ten project management areas of Scope, Time, Cost, Risk, Integration, Quality, Communication, Human Resources, Stakeholder Management and Procurement. Module Three: Executing, Monitoring & Controlling and Closing Processes (30 Hours) Apply specific tools and techniques such as Earned Value Analysis and a Change Control System to assist in the development of key outputs for specific project management processes. In this module, Executing, Monitoring and Controlling, and Closing processes are examined in detail, with supporting exercises that illustrate key tools, techniques and outputs from these processes. Create for specific processes, sample key outputs including a Contract, a Performance Report, updates to the Project Plan, Schedule, Budget and Risk Analysis, Quality Improvements and a Close-out Report. Final Assessment Paper Upon successful completion of the six classroom courses or three online modules, students are eligible to register in Project Management: Final Assessment Paper. This requirement asks you to apply the project management fundamentals, principles and practices acquired by attending the courses, to an individual project. Students will be expected to independently submit a page paper outlining a completed project (topic chosen is mutually agreed to between student and assigned advisor). Mount Royal University 3 Revised: August 2014

4 Course Materials The course materials are provided in the Learner Manual which is a downloadable, printable PDF available under Content in Blackboard. Courses in blackboard are available to students for a period of 6 months after the course end date. Please ensure you save a copy of all materials you wish to continue to have access to. Textbook: A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide) - Fifth Edition published by the Project Management Institute (ISBN ) This textbook is a reference for all Project Management courses and is a requirement for all students who intend to complete the Certificate. Available at the MRU BookStore. PMI Affiliations Mount Royal University is licensed as a Global Registered Educational Provider (REP) by the Project Management Institute (PMI). The classroom and online courses within the Project Management Extension Certificates are owned and developed by Mount Royal University and are designed to provide an overview of project management processes that are incorporated within the Project Management Institute, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, (PMBOK Guide) Fifth Edition developed by PMI. In order to obtain any formal PMI designation you must contact the Project Management Institute to inquire about their qualifications for the designation: The Project Management Institute, Southern Alberta Chapter (PMI -SAC), in partnership with Mount Royal University, delivers a PMP Certification Exam Preparation Workshop. Information about this course is available online: and the PMI - SAC website: Completion Requirements The Project Management Extension Certificate consists of six classroom courses or three online modules and the Final Assessment Paper. All program requirements must be completed within three years. After successful completion of the required courses you are eligible to receive an extension certificate. To receive your certificate, you must complete the application to graduate form. To download a copy of the application, visit: or phone to request an application via or mail. Mount Royal University 4 Revised: August 2014

5 Course Evaluations Course Evaluations are conducted at the end of each course. Students are encouraged at any time, to discuss any aspect of the course with their instructor or the Program Coordinator. Your feedback allows Mount Royal to make continuous improvements to the program curriculum and delivery. Course Cancellation Mount Royal reserves the right to cancel any course in which a minimum required registration is not achieved. Students will be notified by telephone if a cancellation occurs. Guidelines for Online Learning and Participation The following guidelines are intended to foster a collaborative and supportive online learning environment: Everyone s opinion is welcomed, respected, and valued. MRU Continuing Education seeks to foster an open and supportive online environment for everyone to learn and participate. Active participation is encouraged. Please be mindful of how your written communication may be perceived by others. In an online environment, you won t be able to convey the tone or intent of your communication using body language. Carefully choose your words and consider how your words may be interpreted by others. Students are expected to respect the confidentiality and privacy of others. Any personal or professional details that are shared online as part of this course should remain confidential unless explicit consent is given. In consideration of everyone s time, please refrain from posting any topics or questions that are not relevant to the subject of an assigned class discussion. If you have an important question or concern that is not relevant to the assignment, please contact the instructor directly by . Be curious, receptive and open to new ideas and diverse perspectives. Be willing to let go of my ideas and opinions. Try to integrate the best of your thinking with the best of others. Carefully read others posts and inquire respectfully to understand others thinking or viewpoints that may be different from your own. Recognize the quality of others ideas, rather than the role or position. Be willing to challenge, question and reframe your own thinking. Be brief, concise and to the point when you your instructor or other students. Take time to reflect, note key takeaways from the course and apply what you learn. Online Learning Resources For more information and tips to succeed as an online learner, check out these links for support: Mount Royal s Virtual Learning Centre Online Learning Etiquette Mount Royal University 5 Revised: August 2014

6 How to Succeed as an Online Student 7 Steps for Successful Online Learning (Video) START Program Contact for Blackboard Technical Support or phone ( ) Program Policies 1. Withdrawals i. Withdrawal (from a course 4 business days prior to the start date) Withdrawals must be submitted in writing and may be submitted by fax: ; mail or in person: Registration Services, Room A101, Kerby Hall, 4825 Mount Royal Gate SW, Calgary, AB, T3E 6K6. Please quote: student ID number, CRN (Course Reference Number), course name, course start/end dates, full legal name, date of birth, address and phone number. All withdrawal refunds are subject to an administration fee of 10% of course tuition (max. $50). Refunds may take up to two weeks to process. ii. iii. Course Withdrawals (from a course in progress) A student may request in writing to the Continuing Education Registration office, or the Continuing Education program area, withdrawal from a course up until 67% (or 2/3 s) of the completion of that course in order to receive a "W" grade. Requests received by CE Registration must be passed on to the program area for approval first to ensure they are received before the 67% (or 2/3 s) completion point of the course. The program area will notify CE Registration in writing of their decision. Note: No refunds are associated with such withdrawal requests. If the request comes in after the 67% (or 2/3 s) completion point of the course, permission for the grade change will be at the discretion of the Program Director. 2. Failed Courses If a student fails a course, it is recommended that he/she repeat the same course. The failed course remains a permanent part of the student record at Mount Royal, regardless of whether he/she passes the same course on a subsequent attempt. 3. Accessibility It is a student's responsibility to request academic accommodation. If you are a student with a disability who may require academic accommodation and have not registered with Accessibility Services, please contact their office at You must be registered with Accessibility Services to access academic accommodations. 4. Final Papers Failure to submit a final project, or to present findings at the Final Project Presentation, shall result in the student receiving a failing grade. Mount Royal University 6 Revised: August 2014

7 Course Policies 1. Attendance / Participation Students are encouraged to actively participate in both classroom and online discussions. Participation is essential for successfully completing the course. Students must complete all course assignments with a minimum final grade of 70% to pass the course. Students with serious medical or domestic afflictions verified by a physician or medical professional may negotiate with the instructor an alternate method of completing the course. Students should contact the instructor immediately if they cannot keep pace with the online course schedule or foresee submitting assignments late. Decisions regarding extensions are at the sole discretion of your instructor. 2. Classroom Format: Students must complete all course assignments with a minimum final grade of 70% to pass the course. Online Format: Students who fall significantly behind in the course will not pass the course. The instructor will monitor and participate in the class discussion activities and track the completion of individual assignments to assess your final grade. Students must complete assignments as provided in the course schedule. If you require an extension, please contact your instructor as soon as the issue arises. Decisions regarding extensions are at the sole discretion of your instructor. 2. Course Evaluation Please complete the Course and Instructor Evaluation survey posted in Blackboard (under Assignments) by or before the final scheduled day of the course. Internet Access to Unofficial Transcripts and Grades To access your transcripts you will require your MyMRU login. Please go to Grades and unofficial transcripts You may view and print your unofficial transcripts and grades through MyMRU. 1. Log in 2. Click on the Online Services link. 3. Click on the Student tab. 4. Click on the Student Records & Transcripts link. 5. Click on Unofficial Academic Transcript. 6. Continuing Education and Web Transcripts are already selected in the drop-down menu. Click on Submit. Grades will be available on the web within (10) working days of the course completion date. If you require a grade notification because you do not have access to the internet, please call Mount Royal University registration at Mount Royal University 7 Revised: August 2014

8 Student Expectations and the Student Code of Conduct Students are expected to familiarize themselves with the information contained on the following web pages: The Continuing Education FAQs webpage contains policies that are common to all credit-free students and covers topics such as: Privacy Final Grade Appeal Policy/Procedure Grades and unofficial transcripts Graduating Tax receipts (T2202A) The Code of Student Conduct is a comprehensive account of the University s expectations of its students with respect to academic dishonesty and non-academic misconduct. It also guarantees the University s obligations to its students and provides a detailed account of the rights of students under the Code. Finally, it describes the procedures for conducting hearings and appeals and the sanctions related to infractions of the Code. Academic Dishonesty Mount Royal is committed to the principle of academic integrity, which, as described by the Center for Academic Integrity, is grounded in the belief in the fundamental values of honesty, trust, fairness, respect and responsibility. From these values flow principles of behaviour that enable academic communities to translate ideals into action 1. The University expects that all of its members will honour these principles in maintaining the academic standards and integrity of the University community. can be accesses through the Library link located under the Information section of the Blackboard site. Library: Cite Sources: MRU Guide to APA Documentation in Research Papers Plagiarism refers to a form of academic dishonesty occurring when an individual claims that a piece of work has been authored by him or herself when indeed the work has been created by another individual. There are sanctions for plagiarism. Learn more in the Guide to Avoiding Plagiarism. Non-Academic Misconduct Mount Royal expects that its students will behave in a manner, which does not seriously disrupt or adversely affect Mount Royal or its educational mission. Behaviour which is subject to disciplinary action under the Code includes violations of established civil and criminal statutes; conduct that threatens the safety or well-being of members of the University community; and any other behaviour that seriously and adversely affects the University s students or employees, its property or its reputation. The Code of Student Conduct is available through the Office of the Dean, Faculty of Continuing Education and Extension. HARASSMENT OR DISCRIMINATION Sexual harassment and other forms of discrimination are unacceptable at Mount Royal. In cases of harassment or discrimination or for information about the Mount Royal s Individual Rights Policy, you are advised to contact the Human Rights Advisors in Room U216C. APA Formatting/Avoiding Plagiarism All students are expected to follow American Psychological Association (APA) Publication Manual for referencing and formatting of their assignments. The 6th edition of APA standards must be used when completing all assignments for this course. APA guidelines Mount Royal University 8 Revised: August 2014

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