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FAQs

How soon can I begin my course after registering?
Access to course(s) will be available upon receipt of an e-mail from UMD Continuing Education. Within this e-mail you will find your username and password.

How much time do I have to complete a course?
After registration is complete, you will receive a confirmation e-mail stating the course for which you registered and the course access expiration date. Most courses will take 3-5 hours to complete. You can see the complete listing, under Courses and Costs in the right hand column. Courses are modular and consist of several assignments.

I am having technical problems with the course. Who should I contact?
For all technical problems related to the course, please contact Martha Greene at mgreene@mindedge.com.

I must cancel my course(s), what is your refund policy?
If you must drop/cancel a course that has been paid for, you may request a refund (minus a 10% cancellation fee) up to five days from the start date (date of purchase). No refunds will be issued after five days from the start date. Please contact CE Registration staff at cehelp@d.umn.edu or 218/726-8113.

What is the minimum grade I must earn to pass all courses?
You must earn at least 70% on all assignments in order to receive a passing grade.

What are the prerequisites for the PMP Exam?
The prerequisites for the PMP Exam can be found on the PMI website.
(Our PMP Exam Prep Course offers the 35 PCUs/Contact Hours required to take the PMP Certificate Exam.)

I have finished my course(s)! Where can I take the PMP Exam?
Congratulations! You can find a list of exam locations here. Additional testing fees will apply.

 

 

 

 


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