|Course ID:||MIST 5740. 3 hours. |
|Course Title:||Project Management|
|Aspects of project management with regard to leadership and
managerial processes and tools essential to successful project
completion. Includes a service-learning project during which
students apply skills and knowledge. Hands-on project typically
results in the conceptualization, design, prototyping, and
development of a software system for an external/internal
|Oasis Title:||Project Management|
|Duplicate Credit:||Not open to students with credit in MIST 5740S|
|Grading System:||A-F (Traditional)|
1. Understand the basic concepts and techniques for managing
2. Understand specific problems and issues in managing IS
3. Recognize problems involving communicating with clients,
team management, project scope containment, delays, and cost
4. Develop skills in leading, managing, and controlling
5. Apply these techniques and perspectives to a real-world
project within which students use the skills and knowledge
learned in the course.
1. What is a project?
2. Overview of traditional project management - defining,
planning, executing, controlling, closing.
3. Scoping the project.
4. Identifying project activities.
5. Estimating duration, resource requirements and cost.
6. Constructing, analyzing and using project network diagrams.
7. Finalizing the schedule and cost.
8. Recruiting, organizing and managing the project team.
9. Monitoring and controlling progress.
10. Critical chain project management.
11. Closing out the project.
|Honor Code Reference:|
Students are expected to adhere strictly to the University
Honor Code and Academic Honesty Policy and to follow generally
accepted standards of honesty in all assignments and