Courses and Descriptions

CMDP-3009Project Management 2

This course takes a very practical approach to the actual project management of a construction project. Students will acquire working knowledge of: the development of a construction company’s response to a Request for Proposal; reviewing scopes of work with subcontractors prior to subcontract issuance; regular monthly activities that Project Managers are expected to perform (meeting agendas, meeting minutes, development of tracking logs, risk identification, project close-out and warranty set-up), as well as group presentations that realistically parallel the project interview situations that are commonly used in today’s market place. Using a combination of previous experience, web available resources, group discussions and assignments, students will understand what the expectation for Project Managers are in today’s workplace.


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