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MGMT 147
Project Management
Spring

The discipline of project management helps organizations navigate through unpredictable circumstances. This course will cover the strategic dimensions of project management, and emphasize concepts dealing with complexity, uncertainty, and risks for multiple stakeholders. Students will learn how to translate project objectives into statements of work and responsibilities, develop budget projections, and monitor cost and schedule performance. The course will also provide exposure to specific software applications, thus leaving students with a concrete job skill.

Course Credit:
3-3

Instructor(s):
Carol Theokary

Prerequisite:
ECON 081

Note(s):
Open to undergraduates only.

 
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Last Updated: 6/22/17