Course List - Master of Project Management

 

Master of Project Management Core Courses (24 credits)
MANGT 510 Project Management
A problem-based, interdisciplinary course in project management skills and techniques needed to manage projects in a modern business environment.

Prerequisite: graduate standing
3 credits
MANGT 515 Cost and Value Management
A problem-based course that emphasizes project cost control and teaches students to apply techniques to control projects in business.

Prerequisite or concurrent: MANGT 510
3 credits
MANGT 520 Planning and Resource Management
A problem-based course that addresses techniques for planning the project development process, including securing resources and resource management.

Prerequisite or concurrent: MANGT 510
3 credits
MANGT 525 Commercial Law and Project Procurement
A problem-based course that addresses elements of commercial law and procurement practices and their implications for project management.

Prerequisite or concurrent: MANGT 510
3 credits
MANGT 531 Organizations
An examination of organizational theories and processes of organizational behavior.
3 credits
MANGT 535 Interpersonal and Group Behavior
A human relations-based course that identifies the significant challenges that managing individuals on project teams represents.

Prerequisite or concurrent: MANGT 510
3 credits
MANGT 540 Strategy: Corporate, Business, and Project
A problem-based course that focuses on linking projects to overall corporate strategy.

Prerequisite or concurrent: MANGT 510
3 credits
MANGT 575 Management of Projects
A problem-based capstone course that integrates the themes necessary to appreciate the overall challenge of project management.

MANGT 510 prerequisite or concurrent: completion of at least 15 credits from MANGT 515 520 525 531 535 or 540
3 credits

In addition to the pre-approved elective courses listed below, you may choose courses in a topical area that align with your professional goals, in consultation with your adviser.

Master of Project Management Elective Courses (6 credits)
EA 871* Enterprise Architecture Foundations I
Theoretical foundations and practice of enterprise architecture.
3 credits
EA 872* Enterprise Architecture Foundations II
Develops additional capabilities for justifying enterprise architecture decision making.

Prerequisite: EA 871
3 credits
EA 873* Enterprise Modeling
Theoretical foundations and practice of enterprise modeling.

Prerequisite: EA 871
3 credits
MANGT 545 Project Team Leadership
This course focuses on the development of team leadership skills and the ability to solve team problems related to human interaction.

Prerequisite or concurrent: MANGT 510 and MANGT 535
3 credits
MANGT 596 Independent Study
Creative projects, including nonthesis research, which are supervised on an individual basis and which fall outside the scope of formal courses.

Prerequisite: all other courses in the program must be completed prior to enrolling in this course
6 credits
MIS 404** Introduction to ERP and Business Processes
A problem-based, interdisciplinary course on Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) concepts and business processes.

Prerequisite: MIS 204 or 1st Level Programming Course or with the permission of the program
3 credits
SCM 445** Operations Planning and Control
Aggregate production planning procedures, disaggregation methods in hierarchical production planning, master production scheduling, material requirements planning, lot-sizing, and capacity planning.

Prerequisite: SCM 310
3 credits
SCM 460** Purchasing and Materials Management
Purchasing policies, procedures, order specifications and agreements, supplier selection, and the role of purchasing in production planning and inventory management.

Prerequisite: SCM 301 or SCM 310
3 credits
SCM 465** Electronic Business Management
A problem-based exploration of the various electronic business tools and technologies required to efficiently manage a supply chain.

Prerequisite: SCM 301 or SCM 310
3 credits
SCM 800 Supply Chain Management
Introduction to the strategic framework, issues, and methods for integrating supply and demand management within and across companies.
4 credits
SCM 810 Transportation and Distribution
Role of transportation and distribution operations in matching supply with demand; principles of transport industry analysis and competitive positioning.

Prerequisite: SCM 800
4 credits

*EA 871, EA 872, and EA 873 may be applied toward the 9-credit Graduate Certificate in Enterprise Architecture.

**MIS 404, SCM 445, SCM 460, and SCM 465 may be applied toward the 9-credit Undergraduate ERP Certificate with SAP.

†SCM 800 and SCM 810 may be applied toward the 12-credit Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management.

Prerequisites as listed may be waived by the course instructor if you can demonstrate the required level of competency.