pm598 | Graduate
Project Management Capstone
This graduate-level course is 6 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Planning Project Execution Processes
- Analyze best practices of project management related to acquiring and developing a high-performance project team.
- Create a project communication plan.
- Explain principles of managing procurement in projects.
Project Control Processes
- Evaluate project quality monitoring techniques.
- Analyze change control techniques.
- Analyze methods of measuring project cost and schedule performance.
Project Closing Processes and Professional Responsibility
- Analyze project closure processes.
- Explain reasons for project closure.
- Analyze ethical considerations in project management.
Project Management Framework and Project Initiation
- Develop a project charter.
- Explain how project management knowledge areas integrate in the project management lifecycle.
- Analyze the relationship of the project sponsor and manager during the project management lifecycle.
Project Planning Processes and Deliverables: Scope, Time, and Cost Planning
- Create a project schedule.
- Create a project budget.
Project Planning Processes and Deliverables: Risk, Quality, HR, Communication, and Procurement Planning
- Create a project management plan.
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