Information Technology/Systems Project Management
IT/IS Project Scope Development and Management
This course covers the methodologies, tools and techniques for identifying, developing, validating, and managing the scope of IT/IS projects. This includes topics such as identifying project objectives, assumptions, constraint, requirements, and development and management of a scope management plan.
IT/IS Project Scheduling
This course covers various methodologies, tools and techniques associated with IT/IS project scheduling. Topics include schedule development, critical path, baselines, estimating duration, project network diagrams, and duration compression.
IT/IS Project Budgeting
This course covers various methodologies, tools and techniques associated with IT/IS project budgeting. Topics include planning and cost estimation, creating a budget, and managing the budget/costs. Additionally, project performance is covered in this course.
IT/IS Project Risk Management
This course covers the development of a risk management plan, as well as various risk management methodologies, tools, and techniques for managing IT/IS project management risks. Additionally, the course covers risk identification, qualitative and quantitative analysis, and risk response.
IT/IS Project Quality Management
This course covers methodologies, tools and techniques for planning and managing IT/IS project quality. This includes quality planning, quality assurance, quality control, quality audits and quality improvement.
Agile Project Management
This course introduces Agile project management to students, with a focus on managing software development projects and Agile project team members. It also provides students with the knowledge needed to determine when an Agile approach is more appropriate for IT/IS projects.
Special Topics in IT/IS Project Management
This course is an intensive study of selected topics in IT/IS Project Management. The focus for each section varies. When offered in a “Directed Study” format, it will be tailored specifically to the career and vocational interests of the student. When scheduled in lecture/seminar form, the topical subject matter will change at each offering. Student should refer to the course-listing bulletin for the current topic.
IT/IS Project Management Integration/Capstone Course
This course combines the three integration efforts toward a) integrating the enterprise, b) integrating the IS function, and c) integrating IS technologies.
Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite(s): IST 7000, IST 7020, IST 7040, IST 7060, IST 7100 and at least three courses in the IT Project Management concentration