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Federal Project Management Certification

In partnership with The George Washington University, ESI offers you the ability to obtain a Master’s Certificate in Federal Government Project Management. You are also able to obtain an Advanced Master’s Certificate in Federal Government Project Management. Each allows you to add credentials after your name, and highlights your expertise in the field. 

Obtaining an Master’s Certificate in Federal Government Project Management

To receive your Master’s Certificate, you must complete seven courses within four years.

Masters in Federal Government Project Management

You must complete all five

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Managing Federal Government Projects (FPM 111)

Acquisition for Federal Government Project Managers (FPM 112)

Scheduling and Cost Control for Federal Government Projects (FPM 113)

Leading Federal Government Projects (FPM 114)

FAC-P/PM Entry Level Capstone Course (FPM 115)

Two courses must be taken

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Contract Management elective courses

Project Management courses

IT Project Management courses

Courses for experienced project managers

Agile courses

Business Skills courses

Business Analysis courses

Obtaining an Advanced Master’s Certificate in Federal Government Project Management

To receive your Advanced Master’s Certificate, you must complete seven courses within four years.

Advanced Masters in Federal Government PM

You must complete all five

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Applied Project Management for the Federal Government (FPM 211)

Applied Acquisition for Federal Government Project Managers (FPM 212)

Applied Earned Value for Federal Government Projects (FPM 213)

Leading Federal Government Projects II (FPM 214)

FAC-P/PM Mid-Level Capstone Course (FPM 215)

Two electives must be taken

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Contract Management elective courses

Project Management courses

IT Project Management courses

Courses for experienced project managers

Agile courses

Business Analysis courses

Note:

  • Students must adhere to the restrictions specified on each course page.
  • Each course may only be applied to one master’s or professional certificate.
  • For the Master’s Certificate in Federal Project Management, two courses may be selected from any other ESI program area, excluding:
    • Managing Projects
    • Managing IT Projects
    • COTR Training Program
    • Scheduling and Cost Control
    • Project Leadership, Management and Communications
  • For the Advanced Master’s Certificate in Federal Government Project Management, Two courses may be selected from any other ESI program area, excluding:
    • Managing Projects
    • Managing IT Projects
    • Federal Contracting Basics (CON110)
    • Source Selection: The Best-Value Process (CON 111)
    • Applied Earned Value Management
    • Earned Value Management Fundamentals (BCF 102)
    • Project Leadership, Management and Communications
    • Aligning Project Management with Organizational Strategy
  • For the Master’s Certificate in Federal Government Program Management, two courses may be selected from any other ESI program area, excluding:
    • Program Management
    • Performance-Based Acquisition: Preparing Work Statements
    • Unlocking the Power of Earned Value Management
    • Leading Complex Projects
  • State of AZ Students: Upon successful completion of certificate requirements, you may be awarded an Associate or Master Certificate.

Maintaining FAC-C and FAC-COR Certification

Interested in maintaining your Federal Acquisition Institute's FAC-C and FAC-COR certifications? ESI offers courses to help you do that.

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