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TOPIC: Eligibility for PMP

Eligibility for PMP 1 year 6 months ago #17308

  • Amol Gor
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I am Civil Engineer and I have total 4 year of experience and my experience is on site engineering and office work so will that my experience will be counted in 3500 hours?

Eligibility for PMP 1 year 6 months ago #17325

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Hi Amol,
Did you mean 4,500 hours? A bachelor's degree requires at least 4,500 hours for eligibility. One way to see if your 4 years of experience count towards the 4,500 hours is to look at the exam content outline for the 5 domains. If you have the experience based on some or most of the tasks listed in each of the 5 domains, then those experiences can be counted towards the 4,500 hours.
I strongly recommend that you read the PMP handbook and the PMP Exam Content Outline to understand PMI eligibility requirements. Below are the links:
After reading the documents, if you have any questions, feel free to post it here again.
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