The success of projects and the project management team is often measured through achieving the targeted projects’ time, cost and scope which have been set or estimated during the creating of the projects. Therefore, it is critical to know the basic knowledge, tools and techniques for developing a proper project scope, scheduling and budgeting it and also control (i.e., examine the progress over time).
This course introduces students to the underlying principles and practice of managing projects. It covers the body of knowledge needed for effective management of projects addressing techniques for project planning, scheduling and budgeting, managing resources, project progress reporting and project control. This course enables students to understand the concepts of time, resources and cost management and the measures and techniques to control projects.
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