This course is intended for CIT students and business professionals who need to manage project activities or resources on time, on budget, and according to performance standards. Students use a variety of project management tools to schedule tasks, and monitor resources, cost, and project progress. Group 2 course.
General Education Outcomes supported by this course
Critical Thinking - Direct
Course Learning Outcomes Knowledge:
- Explain the genesis of the project, program, and portfolio management system and its importance to the enterprise.
- Explain the main tasks of managing projects.
- Explain common project management terms.
- Apply project management tools.
- Demonstrate the use of project management software to manage a project.
- Demonstrate good oral presentation skills.
- Demonstrate project management skills in a team environment.
- Analyze various approaches to project management design.
Caring - Civic Learning:
- Demonstrate interpersonal communication skills while relating design decisions.
- Demonstrate the ability to effectively critique their peer's work.
Learning How to Learn:
- Appreciate the importance of good project management by sharing examples of good and bad project management and by using knowledge and skills developed in this class in other settings.
- Select professional development resources that support their learning styles.
- Develop a set of professional resources to maintain throughout their career.