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Information Management - Project Management (BAS)

Program Learning Outcome #1
Examine the role of project managers in contrast to traditional management methodologies and practices.

Program Learning Outcome #2
Describe the elements of the project life cycle to include initiating, planning, executing, monitoring & controlling, and closing.

Program Learning Outcome #3
Design and execute project plans utilizing industry tools, techniques, and processes

Program Learning Outcome #4
Analyze and manage trade-offs in project scope, cost, and quality

Program Learning Outcome #5
Recognize, evaluate, prioritize, and mitigate project risks

Program Learning Outcome #6
Employ analytical skills and critical thinking to capture complex business requirements establishing work breakdown structure, cost estimates, scheduling, and resource allocation

Program Learning Outcome #7
Articulate strategies to lead and assess project team members optimizing performance and resolving conflicts

Program Learning Outcome #8
Demonstrate in-depth understanding for Relational Database Models; Data Structures, Data Modeling and Data Dictionaries.

Program Learning Outcome #9
Comprehend and apply ethical practices in professional activities

Program Learning Outcome #10
Comprehend & apply the framework underlying the principles of finance and budgeting

Program Learning Outcome #11
Apply written and oral presentation skills that demonstrate understanding, confidence, rationale, and perspective.

Program Learning Outcome #12
Develop Object Oriented computer programs using decision and repetition structures applying data structures concepts.

Program Learning Outcome #13
Apply techniques for collecting data and analyzing information systematically; improve organizational input, process and output processes as well as improve quality of work for users.

Program Learning Outcome #14
Describe project management framework—nine knowledge areas, including project stakeholders, project management common tools and techniques and project success factors.

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