Project Management introduces the topic from the perspective of the manager who will be responsible for organizing, planning, implementing, resourcing, budgeting, scheduling, controlling, and evaluating a project through its entire life cycle.
Generally accepted standard techniques for doing cost/benefit estimates, project simulations, risk analysis, adjustments for unplanned occurrences, and cost/scheduling integration will be presented. Students will be exposed to the traditional methods of planning and control such as Gantt charting, PERT diagramming, earned value techniques, and project auditing. There will be limited discussion of contract and procurement strategies, and the legal issues associated with them.
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