Project Management (PRJMGT)
Degrees & Certificates
The following Project Management degrees and certificates are offered:
CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT
Required Program (units)
PRJMGT 300 Introduction to Project Management (3)
PRJMGT 310 Project Integration and Scope Management (3)
PRJMGT 320 Project Time and Cost Management (3)
PRJMGT 330 Project Quality Management (3)
PRJMGT 340 Project Communication and Human Resource Mgmt (3)
PRJMGT 350 Project Risk Management and Project Procurement Management (3)
TOTAL UNITS REQUIRED 18
This dynamic curriculum provides advanced skills and practical instruction on the processes, organizational structure, and tools which assure that project work yields the desired business results in professional services such as Health Care, Pharmacy, Human Resources, Finance, Manufacturing, Construction, and Information Technology, which is largely being driven by government modernization and large scale outsourcing. This program is thus ideal for professionals who want to enhance their ability to integrate complex projects, motivate people, and achieve cost-effective results.
Program Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this program, the student will be able to:
- Initiate, manage and drive change through the application of sound financial and business competence.
- Undertake individual and team research and/or consultancy based projects.
- Describe the nature and functions of project management as well as understand the project life cycle and processes.
- Describe the competency model for project managers as well as the project manager job functions.
- Build a cohesive and productive project team and learn techniques to deal with the practical and emotional issues involved in team building including coordinating efforts across multiple units of the organization.
- Apply and use project management software to plan and control a project.
- Use project management techniques to document and monitor the progress of a project.
- Evaluate the outcome of a project.
- Review and apply lessons learned to transfer lessons learned back to the real job environment.
- Simulate building a project dealing with performance, scheduling, and control issues as well as dealing with leadership and management concerns.
- Analyze methods to control project in a resource-constrained environment, while balancing competing time versus cost versus resources versus quality and performance.
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