Project Managers identify, create, and lead their projects from start to finish within an organization.
This 35-hour experiential online applied learning project course, bridges knowledge, and experience through critical reflection. This project aims to prepare students to take on the role of a project manager. Students will be required to identify a work-related or personal real-life project that they can integrate their learning based on the other project management courses.
Successful students are able to identify a real business/personal life opportunities, create a project plan and determine the most impactful course of action aligned to commonly used models, methods, models, and artifacts that support project management and delivery.
Students who are not able to complete a real-world project in their organization will be provided with a case study applicable to their area of work.
By the completion of this course, successful students will be able to:
- Create and manage a real-life project from start to finish using their own project ideas or an assigned case-study
- Create commonly used project management models, methods, models, and artifacts for a real project
- Create a project management artifact from scratch for either a real-life project or case study leveraging specific project documents, models, and commonly used artifacts, templates, tools, and practices.
- Demonstrate a diverse knowledge of core project management principles, methods, and components of the project management performance domains
We strongly recommend students complete this course last since it is an experiential online applied learning project based on the content learned in the previous PMF courses.
Applies Towards the Following Program(s)
- Advanced Project Management Diploma : Required