Project Management

Course ID
MGT 105
Level
Undergraduate
Semester
1
Credit
4
Method
Lecture

International managers and organizations increasingly operate with a project-based approach in order to maintain flexibility in an ever-changing environment. This course shows the relationship between project planning and implementation, from budgeting to scheduling and control. It emphasizes not only individual project execution, but also provides a strategic perspective, demonstrating means to manage projects at the program and portfolio levels as well as in an international context.

Learning outcomes:

  • Describe important aspects of project risk management and identify causes associated with project success and failure
  • Discuss the reasons for project management and examine the role of the project manager in leading the project and the project team
  • Develop cost estimates and budgets and plan the implementation of the project using well-known project management tools and techniques
  • Carry out product control and evaluation and specify ways in which a project can be terminated upon completion
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