APPLIES TO ACADEMIC YEAR 2013/2014
ELE 3725 Project Management
Responsible for the course
Jan Terje Karlsen
Department of Leadership and Organizational Behaviour
According to study plan
Language of instruction
The course will give an introduction to project management. The students will be given an understanding of what a project is and a basis for planning, organizing and controlling projects. The course will further develop the students’ knowledge about the problems of project work and will, by means of theory and practical examples, show how to plan, organize, manage and control a project to achieve the set goals.
This course has some overlapping issues with the specialisation course in Project Management, 15 credits. Consequently a combination of these two courses in a bachelor's degree will not be allowed.
- The students will learn about how to start, plan, organize, manage risk, manage stakeholders, follow-up, and terminate a project.
- The students will understand the role of projects in developing a private or public organization.
- The students will be familiar with project management language, processes, techniques and methods.
- The students will understand that there are many different types of projects that may be treated differently.
- The students will be able to use several project management tools and techniques, for example milestone planning, network planning, risk analysis and stakeholder analysis.
- The students will be able to take an active part in projects.
- The students will be able to reflect on the ethical problems associated with the organization of projects.
- The students will be able to understand what it means to participate in a project team and show respect for other team members’ knowledge, opinions, roles and personality.
- The students will be motivated to work in projects.
Karlsen, Jan Terje. 2013. Prosjektledelse : fra initiering til gevinstrealisering. 3. utg. Universitetsforlaget
- What is a project and project work
- Strategy and project management
- Selecting and defining the project
- Time planning
- Cost and quality planning
- Organizational structures and teamwork
- Risk management
- Project leadership and management
- Stakeholder management
- Project control
- Contract administration
- Project completion and success evaluation
Learning process and workload
Recommended use of hours:
|Working with Microsoft Project||
A four-hour individual written exam concludes the course.
ELE37251 - Written exam, accounts for 100% of the total grade in the course ELE3725 Project Management, 7,5 credits.
Examination support materials
BI-approved examination calculator. TEXAS INSTRUMENTS BA II Plus™
Examination support materials at written examinations are explained under exam information in our web-based Student handbook. Please note use of calculator and dictionary. http://www.bi.edu/studenthandbook/examaids
A re-sit is only possible the next time the course is held.