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CI660 - Computer Aided Project Mgmt
Summer 1998

This course presents the concept of project management through critical examination of project planning, design, production, documentation, and presentation techniques. The course distinguishes between the three primary purposes of project management: (1) planning and scheduling of project tasks, (2) critical diagnosis and prediction of success or failure in meeting the schedule, and (3) estimation of requirements for the project. Some of the other topics covered include: problem identification and definition, project design and analysis, feasibility measures, project charting methods (PERT, GANTT, and CPM), process documentation design techniques, information modeling, project presentation design and delivery, project design specifications and error diagnosis, and task monitoring. Various software packages (Microsoft Project 4.0 and Power Point) will be used as tools to assist in all phases of project management, development, and presentation.
3 Credits

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