MNA1035 Introduction to Project Planning
The focus of this course is to use the tools and techniques of project planning, scheduling and allocating resources. Students design work breakdown structures, identify work packages, allocate resources and develop project schedules using standard networking techniques. Students are introduced to techniques for estimating, forecasting, budget monitoring, controlling and reporting project costs. Students apply modern project management concepts and tools to real world projects through the use of carefully selected case studies and project simulations. Students will use project management software for creating schedules.
Prerequisite: MNA 1032.
Terms Typically Offered: Offered as Needed
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