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Project Management Academy® Launches Master Certificate Program

       West Lafayette - November 9, 2013 - Project Management Academy® (PMA®) will now provide a Masters Certificate in Advanced Project Management for students completing five key project management courses. These five courses provide a comprehensive synopsis of project management principles and methodologies.

       "Today's project managers are looking to set themselves apart from the masses, and certificates are a great way to do that," said John Smith, PMA's chief executive officer. "Instead of just obtaining one or two certifications, this program offers project managers a comprehensive series of highly-relevant courses, along with an opportunity to be recognized for their more extensive qualifications. In particular, younger project managers will find this is an excellent way to level the playing field with those who have more work experience but lack the in-depth training."

       To receive the certificate, students must complete PMA's PMP course, PMI-ACP course, Lean Six Sigma Green Belt course (LSSGB), Strategic Risk Management course, and Microsoft Project course. Students who already have completed the PMP, PMI-ACP or LSSGB courses can still receive the certificate provided they complete the remaining courses.

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