Credits: 3 credits
Building on on MNGT 4730: Business Project Management 1, students further develop their understanding of the practical and systematic tools used to successfully plan and manage complex projects. Topics include resource constrained schedules; budgeting; performance and progress reporting; risk management; communication, organization, and time management; advanced management and control; special topics such as contracts, environmental sustainability, and international projects; and applications of project management practice in various industries and environments.
Prerequisite: MNGT 4730
Note: Students cannot receive credit for more than one of MNGT 4751, BBUS 4681 or MNGT 4740
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