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About the Course

Scope, time, and cost management are at the heart of successful project management. This course will give you the tools to develop a project scope, schedule and budget and then status them to predict project performance. Throughout the course, you will learn about change management and techniques to implement it. By the end of this course you will be able to: • Create a requirements document • Create a Project Scope Statement • Identify ways to control the scope of the project • Decompose the work and develop work packages • Create a Work Breakdown Structure • Develop a Critical Path Schedule • Review types of cost estimates and identify whether they are “top down or bottom up” • Review budgets, contingencies and reserves • Calculate planned and earned values to compare with actual cost • Perform a cost and schedule analysis Each week you will prepare a key deliverable for the project plan based on a provided Case Study. These deliverables include: • Project Scope Statement • Project Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) and WBS dictionary • Critical Path schedule sequence diagram • Bar Chart Schedule (Gantt Chart) • Project Cost Estimate • Project Status using an Earned Value Calculation All of this will position you to set up a plan to control your next assignment or your next project whether this is as the project manager or as an area leader. Rice Center for Engineering Leadership is a Registered Education Provider through the Project Management Institute (PMI)®. Learners who complete this course on the Certificate track will be awarded 14 hours of Profession Development Units. These are recognized by PMI for continuing education or can be applied toward the 35 hours of education required for the Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification. PMI and PMP are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc....

Top reviews

MA
May 26, 2019

Really good course especially for engineers new to the field of project management and handling. I appreciate the hard work that has been done to put this course together.\n\nThank You once again!

KM
Nov 23, 2020

Great course to learn the theoretical applications on Engineering Project Management. I highly recommend this course. Thank you all for the immense support throughout the course.

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By VIJAYANAND M

Jun 24, 2020

good

By Saleh M A

Jan 16, 2020

I learn more from this course such as how mange project, how I understood concepts key elements of project, the perform work. Finally, Thank very much to all instructors or anyone contributes in preparing this course to content all these information that really gain more to background

By Adrien B

Jun 30, 2020

Presentations and videos are goods, but are too short and not developed enough to really acquired that knowledge.

The same problem appears with concept checks and quizzes, some subjects are not presented in this lecture but required to complete the course.

By Eduardo G

Oct 15, 2018

The content is relevant, but the delivery is conventional, frontal, and at times not careful. The quiz tests are often too trivial to be a useful exercise. Grading by peers is an interesting idea, but unfortunately it does not happen in timely fashion.

By MCMC

May 22, 2020

The video material was high quality, but the exercises became very inconsistent and very badly planned. The tasks didn't help to assimilate the content of the lectures and the Excel templates provided were corrupted. That was very disappointing.

By Ankita R S

Sep 20, 2020

Feedback on assignment from peers is almost absent or mediocre. Makes it hard to improve on an assignment.

By Reza M

May 18, 2020

Very basic skills. Good for beginner.

One of the instructor was very boring

By SARANYA V

Jun 15, 2020

It is very usefull for us

By David R

Sep 25, 2020

30 years running programs, up to five years @ $3M/yr. Only four units in I want to fire somebody. Material correlates very poorly with quizzes... about half the answers can not be found directly in the PMBOK or presentations. The assignments are a total load... info provided is completely insufficient to do the work. Cumulative and iterative building of project docs is difficult since the expectations for each type of assignment do not "nest" properly. For example, a 1120 hour project has 28+ items on the WBS. Now they want this resolved into a CPM diagram? Effort hours info is in nine categories, which are not well-correlated to anything and thus need to be spread laterally across functions. And still add up. Without software this is an all-day job, notwithstanding that it requires some judgement beyond scope of the class.

By Muhammad A R

Apr 29, 2020

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