ENT 316 Project Management (3)

A course for upper-level students in engineering technology. This course covers background, techniques, and case studies in project management particularly focused on engineering technology applications. The student will develop a fundamental understanding of the concepts for managing both small and large projects. Discussion, evaluation, and presentation skills will be enhanced. Some of the specific topics to be covered include: Gantt charts, PERT charts, project life-cycle, budgeting, cost analysis, break-even analysis, conflict resolution, organization tools, project planning, statistical process control, and other selected quality improvement tools. Microsoft Project® and Microsoft Excel® will be used as software tools throughout the course.

Prerequisite: ECO 201 or 202 or permission of instructor. Co-requisite: STA 301, 368, or equivalent.

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