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Limited Time Offer through May 31, 2013!
Our Self-Paced, On-Demand PM Certificate Program is now just $1,995.
Project Management Certificate Program
Acquire the skills necessary for managing projects of all sizes, while earning 60+ PDUs. Traditional classroom or virtual instructor-led formats.
Duke University Alliance
Corporate Education Group (CEG) has partnered with Duke University Management Training to offer a portfolio of joint certificate programs for individuals and organizations seeking to advance their project management, business analysis, management and leadership and business process management skills. This strategic alliance enables participants to augment their professional development and build their management expertise with comprehensive training programs approved and recognized by one of the world's most respected universities.
Established in 1924, Duke University is ranked among the top ten national universities by U.S. News and World Report in 2012. The partnership between Duke University, a higher-education institution steeped in academic excellence and CEG, one of the leading experts in corporate training to maximize business performance, creates an unmatched solution for individuals and organizations seeking professional skills development backed by a solid reputation in both academia and corporate learning.
CEG/Duke University Management Training Certificate Programs are offered in traditional classroom, virtual instructor-led, and self-paced, on-demand formats. After completing the certificate program, fulfilling the course requirements and passing post-course exams, participants receive a letter grade and certificate of completion* jointly issued by Duke University and CEG.
Management and Leadership
Business Process Management
Contact us to learn more about on-site training and discover the benefits to your organization of having Duke University Management Training stand behind your professional development curriculum.
*The certificate of completion is non-credit and is not transferable to a degree.