CityU is committed to helping veterans make the most of their military experience.
For many veterans, project management is a smart career choice as it leverages key aspects of military training and experience.
In a unique partnership, City University of Seattle and Vets2PM have developed a program that allows former military members to prepare to become certified project managers, while earning credit toward a certificate or degree.
How does the program work?
- Already have a degree? Enroll in the Vets2PM Transition Boot Camp program and document your professional development by earning continuing education credits and a Professional Development Certificate from CityU.
- Want to earn an undergraduate certificate or work toward a degree? Enroll in CityU’s Undergraduate Project Management Certificate program. Apply your military experience and knowledge through our unique competency-based format. Prepare for your PMP certification via the embedded Vets2PM Bootcamp program. This program is eligible for veteran’s educational benefits.
- Need to finish your degree? Apply your Project Management Certificate, military training and prior college coursework to a Bachelor of Arts in Management.
To learn more about the program, contact Lana Lee by email or at 253.896.3228.
To learn more about the Vets2PM Boot Camp, visit their website.
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