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ONLINE ELECTIVE, PROJECT PLANNING, EXECUTION AND CONTROL

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Professor: Juan David Zuliani

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Project management as a discipline is applicable to business projects of all types and requires balancing the demands for time, quality, scope and cost inherent in any project. This course is designed to provide the project management knowledge necessary for a business executive, manager, consultant, or entrepreneur to successfully initiate, plan and execute projects. Some of the topics include project, program, and portfolio management; project selection and project plan development; Work Breakdown Structures, Change Control, Gant Charts; project and product life-cycle methodologies; communications and stakeholder management; project management tools, etc.

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Alumni will be given access to the asynchronous content of the course, it is fully online and self-paced for alumni to finish the course.

Alumni will be provided with the login details to the online components close to the start date.
The course will be released on June 5, 2017.

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By signing up for this elective and paying the administration fee you hereby agree to the full terms and conditions of participating in the 2017 Lifelong Learning program. To read the full terms and conditions please click here.

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