Project Management Program

Program Purpose
This program aims to develop a pool of professionals equipped with the necessary skills to manage projects effectively, meeting deadlines, budgets and quality standards. The program focuses on the growing demand for project management expertise in various industries including the oil & gas, IT, construction, healthcare, finance, hospitality and more.

This program offers career advancement opportunities and transitioning into project management roles.

Program Focus Area
1. Methodologies and Best practices
2. Leadership and Team Management
3. Project planning and Execution
4. Risk and Quality Management
5. Adaptability and flexibility
6. Technology and tools
7. Real world Application

Program Curriculum
The program consists of eleven certificate courses constituting 55 credit units in summation and one capstone project/ internship 10 credit units, each of the courses are standalone and are developed based on the realities of the industry. This allows participants to get the opportunity to be competent at each certification level and be industry prepared. The program aims to equip students with a comprehensive understanding of project management concepts and skills essential for successful project delivery.

1. Project management overview; overview of project management principles, methodologies, and practices. (5 credits)
2. Project Planning and scheduling: Participants learn techniques for creating project plans, defining scope and scheduling tasks. (5 credits)
3. Project Communication and Stakeholder Management: this certificate course pokes into effective communication strategies, stakeholder engagement and stakeholder management. (5 credits)
4. Project Leadership and Team Management: this focuses on leadership styles, team dynamics and strategies for an effective team. (5 credits)
5. Project Risk Management: this includes identification, assessment, and proactive mitigation of risks in project management. (5 credits)
6. Project Budgeting and Cost Management: this certificate introduces participants to budget development, cost estimation and monitoring project finances. (5 credits)
7. Quality management in projects: this focuses on the importance of quality assurance and control processes within project management. (5 credits)
8. Project Procurement and contract management: participants will learn procurement processes, contract negotiation and vendor management. (5 credits)
9. Agile Project Management: Participant will be introduced to agile methodologies and practices in project management. (5 credits)
10. Project Execution and Control: project management, controlling and adjusting projects to ensure successful execution. (5 credits)
11. Project Management Tools and software: Participants will learn relevant project management tools that will ensure swiftness in their job. (5 credits)
12. On job Training/ Capstone project: Participant will have the opportunity to either do a multi- facet stimulated on Job training or a culminating mini dissertation to apply learned skills to manage a real project.

Program Duration
The program is a 55 credits certificate course and 10 credits on job/ dissertation. Below is a breakdown of the structure and duration of each certificate course based on their credits.

Certificate Credits Activities Hours
5 Credites Course materials, assigned materials, recommended text.Textbook Reading Assignments: 25 pages per hour estimated.Recommended videos.Case studies, Report, Quiz, Essays, Course reflections.Evaluation/Assessment 50 Hours
10 Credits Stimulated on-job collaboration / Mini dissertation 10 Hours

Program Learning Objectives
1. Acquire a comprehensive understanding of project management principles, methodologies and tools.
2. Apply project management skills to plan, execute, and control projects effectively within various industries and contexts.
3. Develop leadership and team management capabilities to foster collaboration and enhance project outcomes.
4. Identify, analyze and mitigate project risks while ensuring quality standards are met throughout the project life cycle.
5. Utilize effective communication strategies to engage stakeholders, communicate project progress, and resolve conflicts.
6. Apply ethical and professional standards in project management practices, adhering to legal and ethical guidelines.
7. Adapt to changing project environments, demonstrating agility and flexibility in response to evolving requirements.

Program Learning Outcomes
1. Create comprehensive project plans incorporating scope, schedule, resource allocation, and risk management strategies.
2. Execute projects effectively, monitoring progress, managing changes, and ensuring alignment with project objectives.
3. Demonstrate effective leadership, team building, and conflict resolution skills within project teams.
4. Identify, assess, and mitigate project risks while ensuring high-quality project deliverables.
5. Communicate project information clearly, engage stakeholders effectively, and manage communications throughout the project lifecycle.
6. Apply ethical standards in decision-making, ensuring compliance with legal and professional requirements.
7. Apply agile methodologies and adapt project management practices to changing environments or project needs.
Program Grading & Evaluation
The program follows the Hommaston’s standard of grading. See below our program assessment evaluation.

Score Grade Descriptive
85% - 100% A Commendable (C) Outstanding performance/ appreciable use of initiative in delivery
75% - 84% B Satisfactory (S) High performance with minor supervision
60% - 74% C Good (G) Above average performance capacity
50%- 59% D Average (A)/Fair Has acquired baseline knowledge to perform.
45%-49 E Fair
45%- below F Failed

Program Faculty
The faculty for the Project Management program consists of seasoned and industry-experienced facilitators who bring a wealth of practical knowledge and expertise to the classroom. Each faculty member possesses extensive professional experience in diverse sectors, ranging from IT, construction, finance, healthcare, to manufacturing.

These dedicated instructors combine their academic qualifications with real-world project management experience, allowing them to offer valuable insights into industry best practices, current trends, and emerging methodologies. They bring case studies, hands-on experiences, and practical scenarios into the classroom, enriching the learning process and bridging the gap between theory and application.

Participants also get access to the institution’s E-library. The institution's library offers an extensive collection of resources tailored to project management studies, including textbooks and reference materials.

Program Requirements
A basic GCE certificate is required.

Contact Information
To register or learn more about this program, reach out to us via mail ( or call (+2349072700288)
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QAHE rogrammatic accreditation valid period:
From : 15 Dec 2023
To : 14 Dec 2025