BUSBIS 1630 - PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Minimum Credits: 3
Maximum Credits: 3
Planning, organizing, staffing, and controlling projects requires traditional management skills as well as an appreciation of the tools, techniques, and practices unique to project management. This course starts with an overview of project management concepts, and then focuses on project planning, estimating, monitoring, and controlling. It also covers topics related to being an effective project leader and managing project teams. The project management institute (PMI), a professional organization for project managers, has produced a guide to the project management body of knowledge, which documents the knowledge and practices needed by today’s project managers. This guide, along with current research and management trends related to project management, provide the framework for material covered in this class.
Academic Career: Undergraduate
Course Component: Lecture
Grade Component: Letter Grade
Course Requirements: PLAN: Accounting(BSB),Finance(BSB),General Management(BSB),Global Management(BSBA),Marketing(BSB), Business Information Systems(BSB), Human Resources Management,Human Resources Management(BSB),Supply Chain Management(BSB) and undeclared CBA Majors
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