PRO 205 Project Management Case Study
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This course provides the students with the opportunity to experience the rigors of a disciplined project management process by working on a project from initiation through closing. Students are assigned to teams and given a project to complete. They apply the knowledge, skills, tools and techniques that they learned in previous courses of the project management curriculum to complete the project.
This course provides an introduction to the project management body of knowledge. It focuses on the project management framework (as described by the Project Management Institute), which outlines basic project management terms and concepts as well as the context for project management, and it provides an overview of the project management process groups and knowledge areas.
This course, when combined with PRO 203, introduces foundational knowledge, skills and tools in each of the nine knowledge areas of project management outlined by the Project Management Institute. This course covers the following knowledge areas: Project Integration Management, Scope Management, Time Management, and Cost Management.
Prerequisite(s): PRO 201.
This course, when combined with PRO 202, introduces foundational knowledge, skills and tools in each of the nine knowledge areas of project management outlined by the Project Management Institute. This course covers the following knowledge areas: Human Resource Management, Communication Management, Risk Management, Quality Management, and Procurement Management.
Prerequisite(s): PRO 201 Introduction to Project Management and PRO 202 Practice Project Management 1.
This course provides the student with the opportunity to explore tools that are available to a project manager. The class combines lab sessions for learning how to use Microsoft Office Project with seminar sessions in which students present tools that they have researched. Students also deepen their knowledge and understanding of a specific area of project management by reading and reporting on a project management textbook that is relevant to their field of interest.
Prerequisite(s): PRO 201 Introduction to Project Management, PRO 202 Practice Project Management 1, and PRO 203 Practice Project Management 2