Project Management Institute

An innovative continuing education/on-the-job-training program

The University of California, Irvine (UCI), with the guidance and support of the Orange County PMI Chapter, has developed a major certificate program in project management. Believing that experiential hands-on training is superior to simple classroom instruction, UCI University Extension arranges with local companies for students to work on actual projects. UCI's program is designed to equip students for the job market in the middle 1990s, when most work within organizations will either be done by self-managed work units performing repetitive flow processes or ad hoc project teams composed of experienced professionals.
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