Aug 08, 2020
BUSN 252 - Project Management Fundamentals 5 Credits
Designed to teach current project management software and concepts, in accordance with PMI methodology. Highly interactive course requiring extensive team work and case study analysis.
Designed to Serve Business Technology and Business students looking for a solid foundation in project management fundamentals, using PMI methodology. Designed for entry level project administrators. This is not a PMP preparation class.
Active Date 2015-04-02
Grading System Decimal Grade
Class Limit 38
Contact Hours: Lecture 55 Lab 0 Worksite 0 Clinical 0 Other 0
Total Contact Hours 55
Identifying and selecting projects
Developing project proposals
Defining Scope, Quality, Responsibility, and Activity Sequence
Developing the schedule
Determining costs, budget, and earned value
Closing the project
Student Learning Outcomes
Students will recognize, and appropriately use the terminology of Project Management and describe the elements of a project.
Students will identify, define, and practice the roles in Project Management work
Students will demonstrate how to identify and select projects.
Students will demonstrate project planning techniques including scope definition and management, project quality, work breakdown structure, activity sequencing, project scheduling, and project budgeting, through case study analysis and assessment.
Students will demonstrate project performing and controlling techniques including resource utilization, budget management and earned value calculations, and risk management, through case study analysis and assessment.
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