Project Management Institute

Reference Materials for PMI Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP) Examination

Exam candidates should be aware that the PMI Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP®) examination is not written according to any single text or singularly supported by any particular reference. PMI does not endorse specific review courses resources, references or other materials for certification preparation. The references listed below are not inclusive of all resources that may be utilized and should not be interpreted as a guaranteed means of passing the exam.  As the PMI-SP is a competency-based credential which assesses the integrated set of knowledge, skills and abilities as gained from both practical and learned experiences, it should also be noted that the references identified herewith are but one element of a broader set of educational resources and texts that might possibly be utilized for exam study and preparation.

A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)

Project Management Institute

Dynamic Scheduling with Microsoft Office Project 2010: The Book by and For Professionals

Rodolfo Ambriz, James White

Integrated Cost and Schedule Control in Project Management

Ursula Kuehn

Practice Standard for Scheduling

Project Management Institute

Project Planning and Scheduling (Project Management Essential Library)

Gregory T. Haugan

Project Scheduling and Cost Control

James Taylor

Project Planning Scheduling and Control: The Ultimate Hands-On Guide to Bringing Projects in On Time and On Budget

James Lewis