SI3400 Fundamentals of Engineering Project Management

This course examines modern techniques of engineering project management from a systems perspective, including project planning, organization, and control. Specific topics include discussion of the systems engineering management process, risk management, scheduling methodologies, the DoD acquisition environment, management of design activities, PERT, CPM, and project control mechanisms. Case studies are used to examine application of principles. Large scale system management, mitigation of technical risk, integrated product and process development, quality management, contracting, and the international environment are discussed. Large-scale systems management problems are examined using commercial software suites. Covers application of fundamental systems project management processes and methods to an integrative system project. Development of communication skills is accomplished through oral presentations and written reports.

Corequisite

SE3100

Lecture Hours

3

Lab Hours

2

Quarter Offered

  • As Required