Academic Opportunities

Future Academic Opportunities

MBA Concentration in Project Management Starts Fall 2019

Counseling

Courses

Fundamentals of Project Management (BUS 5633)

Provides an introduction to the planning and performance of complex projects within organizations. Emphasizes the technical planning of integration, scope, schedule as they are applied to initiating, planning, execution, monitoring and controlling, and closing of projects. Highlights the integration of technical, leadership, and strategic and business management skills for successful project completion.

Planning, Monitoring and Controlling Projects (BUS 5643)

Provides an introduction to the planning and performance of complex projects within organizations. Emphasizes the technical planning of integration, scope, schedule as they are applied to initiating, planning, execution, monitoring and controlling, and closing of projects. Highlights the integration of technical, leadership, and strategic and business management skills for successful project completion.

Contemporary Project Management (BUS 5653)

Analyzes current and future trends in the field of project management. Emphasis is placed on current events, research in the field, and foreseeable trends in the next decade. Explores different industries and their unique project management methodologies to meet industry-specific needs. Covers topics related to best practices and creating successful projects across commercial, government, and non-profit environments.