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
Credits: 3.00

Full Session
Oct 17 to Dec 10
Online - 1 class available
Online  - 1 class available
Learn fully online on your own schedule. You do not need to log in to class at a specific time, but you do need to submit assignments and complete exams as required by your instructor.
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There are no textbooks required for this course.

There are no textbooks required for this course.

Room: OnlineProfessor: Staff

Online class. Computer & Internet access required. Log in to Canvas as soon as the term begins to access your course Students who do not log into their course by the end of add/drop may be withdrawn from the class. Simply logging in to an online class does not count as attendance. Students must engage in an academically related activity and provide weekly activity reports.

Remote- no classes available
Remote classes meet virtually via live video for lectures and discussion. Students attend virtual classes on set days and times.
Altamonte Springs  - no classes available
Heathrow  - no classes available
Lee Campus at Oviedo  - no classes available
Sanford/Lake Mary  - no classes available

Textbook information will be available online for each term's courses 45 days prior to the first day of classes for the term.

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