The goal of the Project Management curriculum is to provide the project management professional with skills for planning and managing large or small, national or international projects. The courses in the curriculum use a problem-based learning approach to teach skills such as strategic analysis, team building and communications, budget analysis and financial management, resource allocation, effective interaction with regulatory agencies, and managing the transition from development to commercialization.

This educational track is designed for clinical professionals working as:

  • Project Managers
  • Project Coordinators
  • Project Directors
  • Team Leaders
  • International Project Managers

To earn the certificate, you must complete TWO core courses and TWO elective courses from the list below. Courses must be completed within five years to remain eligible for earning a PERI certificate. Once you have completed the required courses, contact the PERI Registrar for validation, and the Project Management certificate will be mailed to you. If you have questions about your progress, contact PERI at info@peri.org .

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