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Upcoming offerings of Microsoft Project.

Microsoft Project Basics

Learn to handle basic functions essential for any project -- develop schedules, allocate resources and duties to specific tasks, and track progress. MS Project also includes budget functionality and workload analysis. Access to MS Project 2019 required.

This self-paced course introduces learners to Microsoft's project management software, MS Project. Learners, particularly aspiring project managers, are provided a step-by-step tutorial on mastering basic functions that are essential for any project. MS Project is a popular tool for project managers that allows them to develop schedules, allocate resources and duties to specific tasks, and track a project's progression. It also allows managers to oversee the budget and analyze workloads.

Software Requirements

This introductory course will focus on the Microsoft Office 2019 version of MS Project. Learners are required to have access to MS Project 2019 in order to complete this course.



This course grants 3 PDUs for successful completion. Students have 90 days from the day they are granted access to complete this course.

Please note: Access to this course will be granted as soon as possible but may take up to 1 business day

After this class, you will be able to:
  • Define important terms and concepts used in project management and MS Project
  • Develop a blank project from scratch
  • Describe what tabs are and how to navigate within them
  • Create and modify a task list
  • Describe auto and manual scheduling and when to use each
  • Demonstrate how to use calendar functions and schedule tasks
  • Use task views, the timeline, and zoom slider functions
  • Format projects by copying and pasting and by adding hyperlinks
  • Format bar and Gantt charts and prepare project elements for printing
  • Generate a variety of reports using custom and premade templates

Microsoft Project Intermediate

Our intermediate-level course provides aspiring project managers a step-by-step tutorial on various functions that are required for every type of project. Perform variance analysis and combine multiple projects. Access to MS Project 2019 required.

This self-paced, intermediate-level course provides learners with essential skills for mastering Microsoft's project management software, MS Project. Aspiring project managers are provided a step-by-step tutorial on various functions that are required for every type of project. This course assumes that learners also have a basic familiarity with MS Project. MS Project is a popular tool that allows project managers to develop schedules, allocate resources, and track progress. It also allows managers to perform variance analysis and combine multiple projects.

Software Requirements

This intermediate course will focus on the Microsoft Office 2019 version of MS Project. Learners are required to have access to MS Project 2019 in order to complete this course.



This course grants 3 PDUs for successful completion. Students have 90 days from the day they are granted access to complete this course.

Please note: Access to this course will be granted as soon as possible but may take up to 1 business day

After this class, you will be able to:
  • Describe various features of MS Project and how to apply them
  • Add work, material, and cost resources to a project
  • Apply fixed and overtime costs to tasks and entire projects
  • Select the appropriate types of tasks to include in a project
  • Create baselines and perform critical path analysis
  • Incorporate effort driven scheduling, work contours, and multiple calendars
  • Track progress and perform variance and EVA analysis
  • Perform resource leveling and filter by task, resource, and or assignment
  • Effectively use resource pools, subprojects, and master projects
  • Import and export Excel, Word, and PowerPoint data into and out of MS Project