Students learn how to approach project management, including essential concepts from both a theoretical and applied perspective. Students will learn the basic tools needed to plan, control, organize, and allocate resources and how to optimize results while managing the triple constraints: budget, scope, and time.
Project Management Courses
PJMT 110 - Foundations of Project Management
PJMT 130 - Project Management Communications
Project-based work occurs in many career fields. In this course, students learn comprehensive project-communications and stakeholder-engagement knowledge and skills. Students will identify the role communications plays in relationship development and use communication analysis, design, and delivery techniques to effectively communicate with stakeholders.
PJMT 140 - Emerging Trends in Project Management
This course focuses on emerging trends and reviews unique methodologies and approaches to project management. Students analyze the relationship between ethics and project completion and discuss agile approaches, roles, and processes in project management. Prerequisite: PJMT 110, which may be taken concurrently.
PJMT 220 - Advanced Project Management
This course builds on the foundations of project management and introduces topics in project scheduling, risk and quality management, and cost control. Students will gain comprehensive knowledge of scheduling and other project management tools, how to acquire and assign resources to projects, and how to manage project changes. Prerequisite: PJMT 110 and PJMT 140.
PJMT 240 - Project Management Work Experience
This course provides work experience related to students' career interests in a supervised environment. Students are expected to recognize the relationship between principles taught in the Project Management curriculum and apply those principles to practices in the workplace. Employer evaluation and students' reports are required and provide the basis for evaluation of student performance. Prerequisite: PJMT 220.