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Graduate Certificate in Project Management

Graduate Certificate in Project Management

at Humber College North Campus Canada

Overview

Humber’s Project Management graduate certificate program will prepare you to manage complex projects and programs. Given the recognition that project management skills and competencies have to the success of all organizations, this program attracts candidates from diverse backgrounds and industries whether public, private or not-for-profit sectors.

In just two semesters, you will learn the skills needed to move a project through conceptualization, initiation, planning, execution, control and closing. The curriculum is designed in collaboration with industry and closely aligned to the Project Management Institute's Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), as well as international best practices. You will thoroughly explore the key stages of the project life cycle, project economics and financial analysis, procurement management, leadership skills and professional best practices through a comprehensive project delivery model. It also exposes students to the adaptive/Agile approach to project management and the various frameworks that fall under the Agile umbrella. Students learn about trends in project management including cutting edge technology and electives in areas such as public sector, information technology, construction and strategic portfolio management.

Learning Outcomes

  • 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.
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30

Application Processing Days

Post Graduate

Program Level

Fact & Figures

Full Time On Campus

Study Mode

12

Duration

Humber College North Campus

Location

Graduate Certificate in Project Management Assistant Fee

$17608

Tuition Fee

$12000

Average Cost of Living

$75

Application Fee

2

Backlogs Allowed

Graduate Certificate in Project Management Admissions Requirements

  • Minimum Level of Education Required: To be accepted into this program, applicants must be successful completed of a 3 or 4 years accredited bachelor's degree or equivalent from a recognized university or college.
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Work Permit Canada

Students who wish to work in Canada require a work permit to do so. A student in Canada can work part-time during the course of his studies and full-time during holidays and semester breaks and post the completion of their course/program.

Rules for getting a part-time work visa in Canada

You can also work part-time on campus at your university.

Work Permit

Duration

Your part-time work permit will be valid for as long as you have a valid study permit.

Working Hours

20 Hours/Week

As a full-time student, you can work for a maximum of 20 hours a week. However, you can work full- time during holidays and breaks.

Document Required to Work in Canada

List

To apply for a work permit, you will need a study permit that mentions that you are allowed to work part-time on campus.

Social Insurance Number

Study Permit

You will need a Social Insurance Number (SIN) to Service Canada. if you wish to work in Canada during the course of your studies. To apply for the same, you need a valid study permit, and you should be a full- time student at a recognized university.

You can work part-time off-campus if you are studying in the Quebec province.

Duration of Work Permit Canada

Your part-time work permit will be valid for as long as you have a valid study permit.

Work Hours Canada

As a full-time student, you can work for a maximum of 20 hours a week. However, you can work full- time during holidays and breaks.

Document Required to Work in Canada

To apply for a work permit, you will need a study permit that mentions that you are allowed to work part-time on campus.

Social Insurance Number

You will need a Social Insurance Number (SIN) to Service Canada if you wish to work in Canada during the course of your studies. To apply for the same, you need a valid study permit, and you should be a full- time student at a recognized university.

Working after completing your course

In Canada, you will need a work permit to get a full-time job in Canada after finishing your studies. You chose a work permit like the Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) if you wish to stay back in Canada and work full-time.

Visit Government of Canada Website for more detail

Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP)

The Post- Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) allows you to work for three years in Canada if you have completed a two years degree or more.

Application

how can i apply

You can either apply online or download the form and mail the application along with the required documents. Pay your fee and then wait for the decision to come.

Application Documents Required

List

To apply for the work visa, you need a degree from a recognized and accredited Canadian University along with an intention to stay and work in Canada only temporarily.

When to Apply?

One can apply for the full-time work permit in the first three months post the completion of their course during which the study permit is still valid.

How long does it take?

90 days

You will have to wait for 90 days for the decision on your work permit.

Duration

3 Years

The work permit is valid for 3 years if you have completed a two years degree program or more.

Fees

CAD 255

The fee for the work permit is CAD 255 plus the holder fee and the work permit processing fee.

Monthly Wages

CAD 1,600

An applicant is guaranteed a minimum salary of CAD 1,600 per month while working in Canada. This amount though varies on the job and the province you are working in.

Work Hours Canada

No Limit

There is no maximum limit, and you can work for as many hours as you want on the full-time work permit.

Required Documents

List

To apply for the work visa, you will need the following documents:

  • Forms: IMM 5710, IMM 5476 and IMM 5475;
  • Graduation Proof
  • Proof of payment of work permit fees
  • Copies of your travel and identification documents, passport pages and current immigration document.

Till a decision is made on your work visa, you can continue to work full time. All you need to have is your completed degree, should have applied for the permit before the expiry of your study permit and you should be allowed to work off-campus.

Information

Disclaimer

The information provided about the work permit is true and complete to the best of our knowledge. All recommendations are made without any guarantee on the part of the author or the publisher. The author and the publisher, therefore, disclaim any liability in connection to and with the use of this information.

Detailed Program and Facts

30

Application Processing Days

Full Time On Campus

Program Intensity

Post Graduate

Program Level

12

Duration

Study Visa

Student Visa For Canada

Any student who wishes to study in Canada requires a student visa. Some of the essential information for the application process is given below.

When Should I Apply?

4 to 6 months

Ideally, one should apply for the study permit at least 4 to 6 months before the commencement of your course/program.

Bank Account

No Need!

There is no need for a blocked bank account to apply for a student visa to Canada.

Duration of visa

Course Duration + 3 Months

The student visa is valid for the entire period of your course plus three months.

Time to Wait for Visa

35 Days

It takes time. It might take up to 35 days post your interview for the application process to complete and for you to finally receive your visa.

Appointment

Required

It varies from applicant to applicant, but one may have to take part in one or two visa appointments, namely a medical examination and a visa interview.

How you can apply

Application Process

An applicant can either apply online or offline by visiting a visa application centre and submitting their documents. After the analysis of your application, you might be called for an interview.

Fee

Visa Fee

The visa application fee for Canada is CAD 150.

Minimum Funds

833 CAD, 917 CAD

You require a minimum monthly amount to be deposited into your account to prove that you can sustain yourself while studying in Canada. If you are studying in Quebec, you need to have a monthly minimum of CAD 917, and if you are studying in a province except for Quebec, you need to have a minimum of CAD 833 per month.

Any other expenses

Required

You will have to pay a medical examination fee and a visa application service fee to the tune of CAD 15 if you visit a visa application centre to apply for your visa.

Medical Examination

Required

One has to undergo a series of medical examinations to be deemed fit for a student visa of Canada. The tests mostly include blood and urine tests, chest x-rays and other organ checkups.

Language Skills

Not Required

one doesn’t need to prove their language skills in applying for a Canadian Visa.

Disclaimer: The information provided about the work permit is true and complete to the best of our knowledge. All recommendations are made without any guarantee on the part of the author or the publisher. The author and the publisher, therefore, disclaim any liability in connection to and with the use of this information.

English Test Requirement

6.5

Minimum Overall Score

88.0

Minimum Overall Score

61.0

Minimum Overall Score

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The Humber Advantage
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Global Citizens and Social Justice

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Work Placement

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Duration

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Tuition

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Program Highlights
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  • Patient Psychology and Counselling Skills
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  • Disorders
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24 month

Duration

$ 16500

Tuition

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Work Placement
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Industry partners who often provide work placements include:

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24 month

Duration

$ 16414

Tuition

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Learning Outcomes

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    • Select appropriate methods and materials to achieve the technical functionality and aesthetically pleasing built environment.
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    • Employ effective and professional communication skills and techniques to interact, negotiate and undertake collaborative efforts including meaningful discussion of one’s work in an open studio environment, with audiences, clients, markets, end-users and team members.
    • Confidently employ appropriate professional accountability, personal and business ethics demonstrating competency of industry practices.
    • Employ appropriate conventions of measurement, scale, site measuring, drafting and volumetric manipulation through a variety of manual and digital modeling techniques.
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Work Placement
You will apply your hands-on, job-ready skills with a 420-hour paid work placement. Career management workshops help you to develop effective job search skills. You will find your own work placement with the support of work placement consultants and faculty. 

48 month

Duration

$ 20485

Tuition

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12 month

Duration

$ 16394

Tuition

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Our students have access to our world-class Golf Lab facility, including three golf simulator bays, putting green, golf club build and repair shop, and proshop. Within this facility, our students will gain hands-on experience with the latest golf technology, software and equipment. They will also receive golf coaching, club fitting and swing analysis from our team of PGA of Canada members. 

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Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of the program, a graduate will:

  • Perform computations associated with compound interest, simple and general annuities, amortization, discounted cash flow and net present value.
  • Examine the purposes and activities of organizations of various types, size and structures, and the interrelationship of functional areas within an organization.
  • Assess and evaluate opportunities within the Canadian golf industry.
  • Develop spreadsheets and apply word processing, presentation software and database skills.
  • Prepare and present financial statements and demonstrate basic understanding of their use.
  • Apply the principles of composition and the grammar and punctuation skills necessary to the writing process.
  • Develop and manage marketing strategies for the professional golf industry.
  • Describe and explain human resource policies, procedures and programmers for large and small organizations.
  • Manage golf related activities of the Pro Shop.
  • Evaluate the economic behaviour and issues that impact Canadian business and apply economic data in decision making.
  • Explain the various turf grasses used on golf courses and their benefits.
  • Explain the issues to be considered in developing or redeveloping a golf facility.
  • Examine how financial information is used in planning and controlling the operations of a business enterprise.
  • Evaluate financial markets and the effect they have on nations, governments, central banks and the outcomes of elections.
  • Organize and coordinate golf events including golf cart fleet management, prizes, sponsors, food and beverage.
  • Explain the four KEYS to profitable restaurant and bar management.
  • Engage in the development of a strategic market plan, make decisions regarding the plan and assess the business implications if the decisions.
  • Prepare a business plan for a small business enterprise associated with the golf industry.
  • Explain Canada’s legal system and law with an emphasis on law in Ontario in business environments.
  • Record, present and analyze data used in forecasting and decision-making.
  • Develop lesson plans and demonstrate appropriate use of the media to enhance learning.
  • Demonstrate the physical skills of golf such as putting, chipping and sand play.
  • Explain the structure and purpose of golf associations.

Work Placement
Students in our program enjoy a 100% work placement rate. Our program runs annually on a 6-month in-class/6-month paid work placement schedule - the only one of this kind in Canada, and a key differentiating factor from other programs. Your ability to work two 6-month paid work terms will make you an asset among employers, who are seeking talented professional golf managers. Work placements combine the knowledge and skills you develop in the classroom with practical experience you will gain during your paid work placement. 

Humber is actively involved in the golf industry and maintains a large network with the best employers.

36 month

Duration

$ 16414

Tuition

Humber’s Enterprise Software Development graduate certificate program provides advanced concepts, skills and knowledge for those currently employed in the information technology and related fields, or graduates of information technology or computer studies programs.

Students will have the opportunity to select their pathway through elective courses ranging from software development, web and mobile application development to big data, business intelligence and database administration. Students will then apply these concepts in variety of hands-on activities and enterprise projects.

In the final semester of the program, students become involved in an industry project supervised by one of the Humber industrial partners, helping students apply and enhance their IT, teamwork, interpersonal and project management skills.

Moreover, through a range of Capstone showcasing events and employer engagement workshops, students will have a chance to showcase their portfolios and capstone project to employers and practise how to reach prospective employers in today's competitive job market.

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of the program, a graduate will:

  • Describe the current and future use of e-commerce technology to improve intra and inter-organizational processes.
  • Analyze and define the specifications and design of an e-commerce system based on user requirements.
  • Identify connectivity and interoperability issues in the development of Internet applications for networking.
  • Plan, track and present the progress of a project applying principles of project management.
  • Develop programs for distributed applications involving web page technology.
  • Develop interfaces on the web.
  • Modify, document and maintain existing software components.
  • Outline legal, ethical and intellectual property issues and practices.
  • Develop applications consistent with security practices.
  • Develop code to deliver multimedia data streams.
  • Develop programs for distributed applications using client-side technology.
  • Develop a web site that implements business transactions.
  • Integrate corporate database capabilities with a web site.
  • Develop applications consistent with performance applications.
  • Write project proposals.
  • Prepare and present a web project.
  • Research new technology.
  • Compare and contrast current e-commerce strategies.
  • Demonstrate professional and ethical behaviour.
  • Perform user training.
  • Using available technology, implement e-commerce objectives.

12 month

Duration

$ 20485

Tuition

Insurance has become an integral part of virtually everything we do in life and business. Roles within the insurance industry are many and varied. Whether you enjoy working with numbers, doing research, solving problems or working with people, you can find your specialty in insurance.

Humber’s Insurance Management – Property and Casualty graduate certificate program prepares you for a variety of entry level management career paths in the large and growing property and casualty insurance industry. Learn the fundamentals of the industry and its three main functional areas – underwriting, loss adjusting and agency/brokerage – and gain transferable skills in business communications, computer applications, insurance accounting and metrics, marketing, sales and customer service, project management and leadership. Employment-focused experiential learning helps you consider a variety of options, as you launch your career. 

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of the program, a graduate will:

  • Differentiate the functions of and the relationships between various elements within the structure of the insurance industry in Canadian and global contexts in order to identify business opportunities, challenges and solutions.
  • Use current and relevant insurance industry-specific terminology when communicating with stakeholders.
  • Assess and manage the four major categories of risk (hazard, operational, financial and strategic) to determine insurance needs associated with specific cases.
  • Apply best practices for risk management to finance the negative consequences of risk events in multifaceted situations.
  • Provide evidence-based recommendations for management of hazards and risks faced by an organization.
  • Evaluate the clauses, terms and conditions of various insurance policy wordings in order to determine the appropriate coverage according to defined risk tolerance levels.
  • Adjust, negotiate and settle insurance claims to satisfy needs of claimants and providers.
  • Provide rationale for the acceptance or rejection of an application for insurance to uphold efficacy of decision-making.
  • Evaluate the needs of a commercial and/or personal client in order to plan and recommend an insurance program that provides protection from identified exposures.
  • Select leadership and communication strategies necessary to manage others and accomplish organizational goals.
  • Prepare and deliver effective integrated marketing, customer service and sales plans to further organizational objectives.
  • Develop, interpret and present common property and casualty insurance industry metrics and financial statistics and data to support organizational decision-making.
  • Apply project management methodologies to identify, plan, and execute various property and casualty insurance managerial projects.
  • Develop strategic business plans in order to respond o changing opportunities and challenges within the property and casualty insurance business.

Work Placement
Get hands-on experience in the industry with a 160-hour (minimum) work placement that will give you the opportunity to apply what you have learned in the classroom. Students initiate the placement with the aid of faculty, targeting companies in the Greater Toronto Area. Placements can be completed on a part-time basis throughout the academic year, or full time during the term immediately at the end of the program.

12 month

Duration

$ 18048

Tuition

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