BAM 350 Project Management
3 Semester Units
Project Management will introduce students to critical components of project environments. Through numerous examples, students will be able to understand how project management concepts and techniques can be skillfully applied to real-world scenarios. Topics include project management life cycle and process, developing a project proposal, techniques for planning, scheduling, resource assignment, budgeting, and controlling project performance, project risks, project manager responsibilities and skills, project team development and effectiveness, project communication and documentation, and project management organizational structures.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Explain the basic foundations of project management concepts and vocabulary.
- Demonstrate knowledge of selecting, planning, performing, and controlling projects.
- Demonstrate knowledge of project scheduling and budgeting.
- Evaluate project risks and how to monitor and manage the risks.
- Demonstrate knowledge of project management skills, teamwork, and the organizational structures in which project management takes place.
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