Project Management

Colleges: Metropolitan College | Questrom School of Business

Metropolitan College

Project Management

MET MG 415

Examination of project management concepts, including organizational forms, planning and control techniques, and the role of the project manager. Develops the skills vital to effective management of multidisciplinary tasks through lectures, case studies, and business simulations. 4 cr. Tuition: $2640

Summer 2 (July 3-August 9)

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Project Management

MET AD 642

Examines concepts and applied techniques for cost-effective management of both long-term development programs and smaller short-term projects. Special focus on planning, controlling, and coordinating efforts of multiple individuals and/or working groups. 4 cr. Tuition: $3320

Summer 1 (May 24-June 28)

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Introduction to IT Project Management

MET CS 432

Provides a comprehensive overview of IT Project Management and the key processes associated with planning, organizing, and controlling of software projects. The course focuses on various knowledge areas such as project scope management, risk management, quality management, communications management, and integration management. Students are required to submit a term paper. 4 cr. Tuition: $2640

This course can be taken either on campus (section C1) or as an eLive offering (section EL). The C1 section meets on campus every Thursday throughout the twelve weeks. The EL section meets on campus on five Thursdays and online during the intervening weeks.

Twelve-week course (May 25-August 10)

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Information Technology Project Management

MET CS 632

A comprehensive overview of the principles, processes, and practices of software project management. Students learn techniques for planning, organizing, scheduling, and controlling software projects. Substantial focus on software cost estimation and software risk management. Students obtain practical project management skills and competencies related to the definition of a software project, establishment of project communications, managing project changes, and managing distributed software teams and projects. 4 cr. Tuition: $3320

This course can be taken either on campus (section C1) or as an eLive offering (section EL). The C1 section meets on campus every Thursday throughout the twelve weeks. The EL section meets on campus on five Thursdays and online during the intervening weeks.

Twelve-week course (May 25-August 10)

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Questrom School of Business

Candidates for the MBA at Boston University are given first consideration for enrollment in the graduate courses offered by the Questrom School of Business.

Students currently matriculated as candidates for other graduate degrees offered by Boston University (including Metropolitan College on a case-by-case basis), visiting MBA students from other AACSB accredited institutions, and MBA alumni from Questrom or another AACSB accredited institution may be granted permission to enroll on a space available basis, provided that they meet criteria established by the Questrom School of Business for registration as cross enrolled students and the student fills out the appropriate cross enrollment application. All students must meet the prerequisites established for enrollment in advanced courses. Cross enrollment applications can be obtained from the Graduate Center at the Questrom School of Business Graduate Center, 595 Commonwealth Avenue, Room 115 (617-353-2673).

Summer 1 classes begin Monday, May 22 and end Friday, July 7. Summer 2 classes begin Monday, July 10 and end Thursday, August 24. There are no class sessions on Memorial Day (observed Monday, May 29), or Independence Day (observed Tuesday, July 4). Class will be held on the following Fridays as make-up days for those two holidays: June 2 (for May 29) and July 7 (for July 4).

Required Courses

Cohorted Professional Evening MBA (PEMBA) students take required courses with their cohort groups. Self-paced PEMBA students should be sure to follow the prerequisites when scheduling their core courses:

QST AC 711 Financial Reporting and Control*
QST ES 707 Managing Career Growth*
QST FE 722 Financial Management*
QST FE 730 Economics and Management Decisions
QST IS 711 IT Strategies for a Networked Economy
QST MK 724 Marketing Management
QST OB 712 Managing Organizations and People*
QST OM 726 Creating Value through Operations and Technology
QST QM 717 Data Analysis for Managerial Decision-Making
QST SI 751 Competition, Innovation, and Strategy

*Not offered in Summer 2017

Project Management

QST OM 855

Grad Prereq: OM710/725/726. Projects are increasingly the way that work gets done in companies of all types and sizes. In this course, you will learn the strategic dimensions of project management, including critical aspects of project selection, definition, planning, execution, and monitoring. Concepts and approaches for dealing with complexity, uncertainty, vague mandates, temporary staff, partners, stakeholders, dynamic risk, and time-critical deadlines are emphasized. Cases and readings cover a wide range of industry and organizational contexts. This course requires that students apply these topics and considerations to a real project of their choice either by analysis of publicly available information or direct field study. Many MBAs are tested on the job through tough assignments in project settings. Your performance there is highly visible. Doing especially well can accelerate your subsequent career opportunities. 3 cr. Tuition: $4668

Summer 1 (May 23-July 7)

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