McWilliams School of Biomedical Informatics Project Management in Healthcare Continuing Education
The System Analysis and Project Management in Healthcare Continuing Education Course is intended to meet the educational experience requirement needed for Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification.
Course participants who successfully complete the course will earn 39 hours (PDUs) of project management education/training with the Project Management Institute (PMI) as the School of Biomedical Informatics is an Authorized Training Partner (ATP) for PMI.
Course will emphasize working with the clinical project team and other stakeholders to determine and use the appropriate generally recognized good practices, determine the appropriate combination of processes, inputs, tools, techniques, outputs and life cycle phases to manage a project.
Self-paced course with six months to complete
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In addition to the 39 hours (PDUs) of project management education/training earned upon successful completion of this course, participants will need additional requirements in order to be eligible to take the PMP Certification Exam. Please visit the PMI website for more details.
Informational Session on Tuesday, September 12, 2023, at 7:00 PM (CT)
The course will emphasize working with the clinical project team and other stakeholders to determine and use the appropriate generally recognized good practices, determine the appropriate combination of processes, inputs, tools, techniques, outputs and life cycle phases to manage a project.
The course is self-paced and participants have six months from the date of enrollment to complete course content and earn a Certificate of Completion for the 39 hours (PDUs) of project management education/training.
The breakdown for the 39 instructional hours (PDUs) are as follows: Technical - 18 hours, Leadership - 9 hours, and Strategic - 12 hours.
Apply knowledge of system analysis and design, vocabulary of terms, tools, techniques, methods and technologies.
Explain fundamental concepts, philosophies and trends in systems analysis and design methods.
Use tools and techniques in system analysis and design.
Describe the relationships between systems analysts, end users, managers and other information systems professionals.
Describe factors that are critical to project success.
Describe a comprehensive project management plan.
Define project scope that reflects stakeholder perspectives and project requirements.
Prepare an effective work breakdown structure.
Differentiate project life cycle models based on project characteristics.
Develop estimates for project cost and schedule.
Apply tools and techniques to manage project scope, time, and budget.
Plan and implement effective communications with the project team and stakeholders.
Prepare student to take the Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification or the Associate in Project Management (CAPM)® certification exam.
Disclaimer: Professionals coming from any field can take this course. Note that participants will not earn academic course credit upon completion and cannot “transfer” the completed work to a School of Biomedical Informatics graduate certificate or degree.
This course has been carefully planned and organized to ensure that all information provided is accurate and complete. However, McWilliams School of Biomedical Informatics reserves the right to make changes to the courses which may result in changes to the information in the defined content.
Have additional questions about continuing education courses? Please contact our Continuing Education Staff at SBMICE@uth.tmc.edu or 713-500-3591.