SQL and Project Management 

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Course Description

The SQL and Project Management Certificate Program course is designed for those who want to learn more about the discipline of database queries, reports, and approval management. The Project Management knowledge will be focused on how to communicate with people on projects, the application of tools and templates, and basically, how to best ensure projects are completed successfully (i.e. on time, within budget, and to quality specifications.) Several careers that are geared towards SQL and Project Management Certificate Program found in many different work settings where gathering data and creating reports are important are Database Administrator, Database Manager, IT Manager, IT Project Manager.

This course is designed to prepare the student for the SQL Foundation and Expert Certification exam with Oracle and the prestigious Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification exam from the Project Management Institute (PMI. See www.pmi.org). 

Admission Requirements

  • Individuals applying for this course are required to interview with an Academic Advisor;
  • Present proof of education (high school diploma or GED certificate)
  • Achieve a 60% score on the CSN Basic Skills Test

Course Length:

240 Hours/24 Wks-Full Time

SQL: Mon/Wed 6:00pm-10:00pm & every other Sat 9:00am-5:30pm

PMP: Tues/Thurs 6:00pm-10:00pm & every other Sat 9:00am-5:30pm

                         
Career Opportunities

Today, SQL and Database Management skills are used globally by multi-billion-dollar corporations, governments, and smaller organizations by using databases to gather and utilize data and as a means of meeting their cus- tomers’ or constituents’ needs. As a result, Database and Management skills are highly desirable and sought-after skill as intense global competition demands that new projects and business development be completed on time and within budget. It has recently been cited as the most popular and sought-after career choice within the IT industry.