Course Description

The Continuing Education International Professional Program – Project Management stream is made up of three four-month terms of study. Each term has a separate program course number. Students must take the IPP terms in order from 1 to 3.

  • Term 1 - IPP 240
  • Term 2 - IPP 340
  • Term 3 - IPP 440

Letter of Admission

A letter of admission will be issued upon:

  • Registration in IPP 240, IPP 340, IPP 440 (deposit payments required).
  • Satisfactory completion of the CE Professional Program for International Students Application (application fee required).

International Program Policies apply to IPP withdrawals, transfers and refunds.

Course Details

In Term 3 of the Project Management stream students will take the following courses:

  • PMF 220: Risk Management in Projects
  • PMF 230: Agile Project Management: Planning Practices
  • PMF 240: Models, Methods & Artifacts: Level 2
  • PMF 250: Project Management: Applied Work-Integrated Learning Project
  • BMC 361 Evaluating and Sustaining Change
  • ICT 764 Solution Evaluation and Testing
  • ICT 227 Business Analysis Planning
  • ICT 773 Program Strategy for BI Projects
  • BUS 128 Dealing with the Difficult Conversation
  • BUS 639 Managing Difficult Stakeholders
  • BUS 700 Final Assessment for Certificate for Front Line Leaders

Changes to the course offerings will be noted under section notes.


  • Must have completed the courses in IPP 240 (Term 1) and IPP 340 (Term 2).
  • Must be 18 years of age or older.
  • Must have completed a post-secondary degree or diploma (minimum 2 years in length) from a college or university.
  • Must meet the Continuing Education English Proficiency Requirements.
  • Conditional admission is available upon completing English Language Program Semester Program level 6 with B+ or higher in all courses.
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May 05, 2025 to Aug 29, 2025
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Course Fees
Flat Fee non-credit $7,750.00 or $675.00 deposit Click here to get more information
Reading List / Textbook
Textbooks are not included. A list of required textbooks will be provided before the program starts. Textbooks are available at the University of Calgary Bookstore and/or at online or other retailers.
Section Notes
  • Students will have approximately 15 hours of classes per week. A separate schedule will be provided before the program starts.
  • Students who have registered and paid in full for IPP 440-006 will receive UPass public transportation pass, and access to UCalgary libraries and recreational facilities for the course period.


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