Project Management Courses

These programs from Cornell University’s College of Engineering address the human aspects of both of these vital disciplines: designing products and services to be used and enjoyed by people, and leading, motivating, influencing, and communicating with project teams that consist of people from a variety of functional areas and backgrounds. These programs are practical and transformative, and they will forever change the way you approach any project.

  • Leverage Emotional Intelligence for Project Results (CEPL501)

  • Communicate Well to Drive Project Outcomes (CEPL502)

  • Turning Groups into Teams (CEPL503)

  • Leading Project Teams (CEPL504)

  • Managing Conflict on Project Teams (CEPL505)

  • Monitoring and Controlling Projects (CEPL506)

  • Organizing the Project and its Components (CEPM501)

  • Planning and Managing Resources (CEPM502)

  • Assessing, Managing, and Mitigating Project Risk (CEPM503)

  • Using Earned Value Management for Project Managers (CEPM504)

  • Agile Project Management Approaches (CEPM505)

  • Defining Scope (CESYS521)

  • Developing System Requirements (CESYS522)

  • Exploring Your System's Architecture (CESYS523)

  • Assessing Your System's Performance and Value (CESYS524)

  • Implementing the Quality Function Deployment Method (CESYS525)

  • Defining Interfaces (CESYS526)

  • Identifying and Evaluating Risk (CESYS527)

  • Framing Complex Problems with Systems Thinking (CIPA521)

  • Using the Four Simple Rules of Systems Thinking (CIPA522)

  • Visualizing and Modeling Complex Problems (CIPA523)

  • Building Analytical and Emotional Intelligence with Systems Thinking (CIPA524)

  • Designing Organizations for Systems Thinking (CIPA525)

  • Becoming a Systems Leader (CIPA526)