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ITBP280: IT Project Management and Exhibition

Description:Project management concepts; Project planning, scheduling and risk analysis; Managing software made up of multiple projects; Intersystem communication in enterprise in enterprise environments; Integrative programming; Data mapping and data exchange; A medium size group project is an important component of this course.
Credit Hours.:3
Text Book: Maylor, H., 2003, Project Management, 3rd Edition, ISBN 0-273-65541-8, Prentice Hall
Coordinator: Mohamed Adel Serhani
Topics Outline:
  1. Introduction to Course & Project Management
  2. Organization & Cultural Aspects of IS Project Mgt
  3. Feasibility Study Methods: Gathering & Organizing Data; Generating Alternative Solutions; Risk Assessment
  4. Project Planning & Control
  5. Software Metrics
  6. Working in Project Teams
  7. Project Evaluation & Audit
  1. Manage IT projects successfully.
  2. Identify organizational issues that impact IT projects development.
  3. Design a system, component, or process to meet prescribed requirements.
  4. Identify internal and external constraints of a given project.
  5. Produce documents typically used in the development of an IT project.
  6. Demonstrate interpersonal, verbal and written skills as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
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Pre-requisiteITBP219: Object-oriented Programming
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