BIT 265 - Project Management

This course is designed to prepare students in planning, organizing, and executing the steps in project development.  Students will develop teamwork and time-management skills to carry a project through its life cycle.

Credits: 3
3 Class Hours
Course Profile
Learning Outcomes of the Course:

Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:

  1. Define project management.
  2. Detail the phases and processes of initiating a project.
  3. Apply successful team building skills.
  4. Proceed through the steps involved in the planning stage.
  5. Follow steps in project control.
  6. Monitor a project.
  7. Work with the support systems of project management.
  8. Work successfully in a team environment, using all the necessary tools to complete a project.
  9. Submit weekly updates to instructor on assigned projects.
  10. Clearly articulate an issue or problem.
  11. Identify, analyze, and evaluate ideas, data, and arguments as they occur in their own or others' work.
  12. Acknowledge limitations such as perspective and bias.
  13. Develop well-reasoned (logical) arguments to form judgments and/or draw conclusions.

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