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OPIM-646 Project Management
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The course is open to all MBA students. No pre-requisite.

This course provides an overview of project management. The course addresses
(1) the culture, (2) the principles, and (3) the basic techniques of project
management. The course reviews the general stages of a project in rough
chronological order and describes how the stages interrelate. Basic tools of
project management, such as work breakdown structure, scheduling, earned
value analysis, and risk management, are introduced. The elements of project
management critical to the success of a project also are identified and
explained.

Specific Objectives:
1. To describe, demystify, and formalize project management so that students
are aware of the Project Management discipline and can utilize new knowledge
and skills in their professions.
2. To enable the immediate practice of project management in any workplace,
independent of discipline.
3. To lay a foundation for those students interested in the PMP
Certification.
4. To enjoy the class and have spirited, knowledgeable debates with
classmates and instructor.
Credits: 1.75
Prerequisites: MBA Students Only
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