The graduate learning track in Information Technology Project Management provides a basic foundation in the theory and concepts related to IT project management with a PMP (project management professional) focus. In this 3-course concentrated program, you’ll examine the principles and best practices for managing cost, time, scope, quality, risk, and people to ensure that IT projects come in on time and under budget. This learning track program is intended for graduate students who seek to heighten their knowledge of information technology project management without committing to a degree or certificate program.
This program is taught by credentialed environmental scholar-practitioners. Many hold leadership positions at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Environmental Protection Agency, Bureau of Land Management, the Nature Conservancy, and other government agencies.
Learning Track Requirements (9 semester hours)
|COLL599||Classroom Success 1||0|
|ITMG624||Information Technology Project Management||3|
|ITMG625||IT Project Management: Integration, Scope and Time||3|
|ITMG626||IT Project Management: Cost and Communications||3|
|Total Semester Hours||9|
Required as the first course in this program.