Available in • January • May • September


This program molds students to become significant contributors in the workplace as organizations of all sizes depend on the completion of projects to survive and remain competitive. Project management teams plan, execute, monitor, control, and close projects, overlooking each step of the way and ultimately determining whether the project is a success or a failure. Many opportunities await after the completion of this program as projects are apart of almost any business.


Discover the fundamentals of how to design projects and ultimately enhance task completion rates.


Understand how to mitigate risk, as well as how to enhance efficiency within your projects.


Learn to use resources effectively and achieve all project goals within given constraints.

This one-year postgraduate program provides training for employment in a wide-range of sectors. From Engineering and Construction to Healthcare Sectors, Project Management qualifications are useful to many different types of organizations.   

Students will learn how to design projects by learning the principles of Project Management and the breakdown of fundamental project structures. Moreover, by mastering the right concepts and strategies, successful graduates will discover efficient ways to mitigate risk and achieve project goals within time and resource constraints.

Once students receive their St. Lawrence College Certificate, they are eligible to apply for their Post Graduate Work Permit.

The Project Management program content prepares students for employment in a variety of job sectors due to the prevalence of projects in an organization. The completion of this program provides students with the opportunity to become a:  

    • Project manager (General)
    • Global project assistant manager
    • Project Coordinator
    • Consultant
    • Project Scheduler 
    • College Recruiter
    • Operations manager


PROJ 1001 – Principles of Project Management

PROJ 1005 – Project Scope Management

PROJ 5013 – Project Communications and Stakeholder Engagement

PROJ 5015 – Leadership and Teams

PROJ 5016 – Project Time Management Strategies

ADMN 1200 – Business Intelligence and Emerging Technologies


PROJ 1002 – Project Financial Management and Cost Control

PROJ 1004 – Project Quality and Risk Management

PROJ 1000 – Managing Change and Scope Shift

PROJ 1003 – Project Procurement and Strategic Sourcing

PROJ 5012 – Career Readiness

PROJ 5014 – Culminating Project

*Courses are subject to change

The tuition and fees include tuition, compulsory ancillary (like health insurance), and international student recovery fees for each semester.

FALL 2023 - SPRING 2024

First Semester: $8,770

Second Semester: $8,620

* Tuition fees are subject to change.

Students must have the following academic requirements to be eligible:

    • Secondary School Diploma or mature student status;
    • Two or three-year College Diploma or University Degree
      and Transcript for each academic year;

Applicants from non-English speaking countries must achieve the minimum requirements of:

  • Overseas applications from China, India, Pakistan, Vietnam and the Philippines (SDS): Overall Academic IELTS score of 6.5 with no band less than 6.0 issued in past 24 months
  • All other applicants: Overall Academic IELTS score of 6.5 with no band less than 6.0 issued in past 24 months

For a complete list of the English proficiency tests we accept and SLC partnered ESL Pathway programs please visit St. Lawrence's proof of proficiency list

Admissions open for the Winter intake

Last seats available

January 2024

Start date January

Programs available:

Reminder: Monday, October 9th, is the Thanks Giving Holiday and Alpha College will be closed.