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Citadel News Service
10 May 2010

Technical Project Management program graduates 4th class

Ten students received their Technical Project Management Graduate Certificates during a private dinner and graduation ceremony at The Citadel on May 9, 2010. In as many years, this was the fourth group to complete the graduate program under The Citadel School of Engineering and The Citadel Graduate College.

The students were:

  • Peter B. Liska
  • Scott Alan Price
  • Eugene O’Neal Creson
  • Alan A. Saracina
  • Mary Graves
  • Timothy L. Parker
  • Aaron Sanford
  • Charles B. Still
  • Augustus H. Fretz II
  • Adam Spencer Tyson.

James Ward of Scientific Research Corp. addressed the graduates, encouraging them “to smile (keep a good attitude), grow (don’t stop learning), and make good decisions (do your best and keep good company).”

The TPM certificate reflects 12 credit hours, or four courses, of graduate study toward a Master of Science degree in Project Management. The program is designed to help working professionals develop career enhancing knowledge, skills, and abilities by applying an integrative systems approach to project management.

The master’s program is a flexible 30-credit hour course of study designed to meet the needs of a broad spectrum of students and to offer advanced learning opportunities for students with either technical or nontechnical backgrounds through coursework in project management, leadership, and professional skills. The project management courses focus on the application of best known practices for managing people and resources. The leadership courses study examples of applied leadership and communication skills for leaders. The professional skills courses allow a student to bring several technical or nontechnical courses into their degree based on their career and professional interests.

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