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Description

MGMT4203: Project Management
Prerequisites: COMS 1003, BUAD 2053, MGMT 3003, MGMT 4013, MKT 3043, or instructor approval. Additional prerequisites for 3000 and 4000 level courses are listed in the College of Business section of this catalog.

Project Management is studied from a practical perspective. In this course, students explore techniques of organizing the three main elements of project management: cost, schedule and scope, as well as how to manage the most important aspect of Project Management: PEOPLE. Students will learn to utilize software that aids in the visualization of the project management process. The emphasis of this special topic in management will be aimed toward an understanding of Project Management for future business leaders and engineers. The course will culminate with a month- long, graded, practical exercise with industry where students will be organized into teams or as individual developers and sent to explore all aspects of a problem, conduct a project initiation workshop, and then present a project management plan to the leadership of that participating industry.

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This course is currently not offered for this term.