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Project Management Academic Curriculum

The Essentials of Project Management. Designed for any business professor to step in and deliver.

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Peak is delighted to partner with RedShelf and eCampus.com to bring affordable project management courseware to colleges and universities.

Helping Hand for the Professor

At Peak Business Management, we provide world class curriculum and support. As a busy professor all you need to do is step in and deliver. This content is aligned to the Project Management Institute’s global standards. The flexible curriculum can be applied to semester durations from 5 to 15 weeks and can be used in live “real-time” or self-paced courses, in-person or virtual.

More Than a Textbook

Choose from a wide variety of videos, assignments, quizzes, team workshops, and more. Course content is aligned to the Project Management Institute global standards. Topics include Introduction to Project Management, Project Scope and Activities, Project Schedule, Quality Assurance and Control, Resources, Risk Management, Project Procurement, Project Metrics and Performance, and an introduction to agile approaches.

Flexibility that Meets Your Needs

This flexible curriculum can be delivered in a variety of situations:
  • Semester length: Deliver the curriculum across five (5) to fifteen (15) weeks. Choose your pace.
  • Live or self-paced: Choose slide decks with instructor talking points or make use of the narrated videos. You can also blend delivery to add more modalities to your instruction.
  • In-person or virtual: The curriculum lends itself to either delivery method.
  • Grad or undergrad: Assignments are appropriately aligned to your program’s level of rigor and expected learning outcomes.
  • Credit or non-credit: The curriculum satisfies state requirements for awarding credit and may also be used for professional development and certificate programs.

 25 million

By 2030, employers will need 25 million more individuals working in project management-related roles.

 Over 40%

Adjunct faculty make up 43% of post-secondary educators, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.

Save Time

Most colleges compensate adjunct professors only for hours they are in the classroom. Professors are not compensated for class preparation.

World Class Curriculum Development and Support

The Peak academic team provides tailored service and support to assist you with your Project Management course. With our support your students will receive quality project management instruction that is aligned to the current global project management standards. Ask us for a demo of this dynamic courseware.
The Peak team members

The Peak Trainer Team and You

The members of the Peak training team have participated in academia from adjuncts to full professors, from community college to post-graduate certification programs. We understand the unique challenges of finding the right textbook that would both teach and engage our students. When we couldn’t find good curriculum, we created our own. Where do you fit? You are the storyteller who brings this curriculum to life, through your own experiences with projects throughout your career.

Featuring Texts from Project Management Leaders

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Mike Griffiths, author and creator of PM Illustrated

Author Mike Griffiths

Mike is a frequent contributor to PMI standards and co-wrote the agile content for the PMBOK Guide 6th edition. He was chair of the author group for the PMI Agile Practice Guide. He also helped create the PMI-ACP Credential and wrote RMC’s PMI-ACP Exam Prep books. Mike was also co-lead on the PMBOK 7th Guide edition.