Risk management is the systematic process of identifying, analyzing, evaluating and controlling project risks. An in-depth analysis of risk management methodologies from both the strategic and tactical aspects is performed. State-of-the-art tools and techniques for identifying, measuring and monitoring risks in the project management environment are examined. Both qualitative and quantitative risk analyses are conducted and strategies for proactive risk aversion and reactive risk response are developed. Students learn how a comprehensive risk management approach can enable a project team to proactively manage issues that adversely impact the successful control and completion of a project. Students study dozens of case studies of actual projects, individually and collectively, take part in numerous project simulations and prepare a class project management portfolio. Lab fee required.
Prerequisite: MNA 1035.
Terms Offered: Offered as Needed
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