What is Project Management of Complex Systems (SEPM 6102)?
A project is a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product or service. Project management is the application of knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques accomplished through five linked processes for initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and closing work to meet a set of defined requirements. This project-based module exposes students to tools and techniques useful for the effective management of systems engineering projects.
Tools and techniques for project goal and scope definition,task identification and compilation in a work breakdown structure, time and cost estimations, project planning, project balanced scorecard, project knowledge map, risk assessment, project monitoring and control, and project closure are presented. The concepts of project fast-tracking and project recovery are also introduced.
- Week 42: 16th - 20th October
The courses are organized as intensive one-week courses each with 5 days of lectures. During this week, the lectures last from 0830 to 1630 each day. The courses are a mixture of lectures and work in groups. Masterstudents and others taking courses for credit will work on a written assignment which is due 10 weeks after the end of the course. A completed course with approved written assignment will give 7.5 studypoints.
The price for attending a course depends on whether you take the course for credit or not. To get credit for the course, you need to hand in a written assignment.
- Alternative 1: Attendance only kr. 20.000,-
- Alternative 2: Attendance and written assignment kr. 25.000,-
The price includes course material, coffee and lunch during the course. For alternative 2, the price also includes supervision and grading of the written assignment.
The registration deadline for each course is 2 weeks before course starts.
We accept registrations also after the deadline, provided there are available seats. Each course has a limited number of seats, so please sign up early. We reserve the right to cancel courses with too low participation.