National University




Specialization in Project Management

Lead Faculty: Dr. Shekar Viswanathan

From small companies to giant global institutions, project managers are fueling much of the successful development of exciting technical enterprises. Talented and knowledgeable project managers command the best assignments, salaries, other compensation and bonuses. They are the future leaders and entrepreneurs. Good project managers are not born, but are nurtured from a combination of experience, time, talent, and training. Successful projects don t happen spontaneously; they require preparation, planning, and organization. This program is designed to provide systematic training to those would like to pursue an engineering project management career.

Program Learning Outcomes

  1. Apply a multidisciplinary approach involving the integration of engineering, management, quality, and cultural analysis to the conduct of project management engineering.
  2. Evaluate the financial impact of projects on corporations and businesses and develop appropriate action plans through project management engineering.
  3. Integrate state-of-the-art technological advances to the practice of project management engineering.
  4. Achieve agreed upon scope, budget and schedule requirements using resources, organizational systems, and decision-making processes.

Requirements

Program Requirements (4 courses; 18 quarter units)
Core Requisite(s):

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