ETM 546 Project Management Tools

An in-depth study and review of the major problems and analytical techniques used in the planning and implementing of major industrial projects. Specific focus on three primary areas: (1) time management: network scheduling techniques, including CPM/PERT, Critical Chain, etc., (2) cost: earned value analysis, and (3) risk: management techniques such as Monte Carlo analysis. An emphasis is placed on the integration of the techniques in the areas. The contingency approach to designing a project management toolbox based on the three areas of time, cost, and risk management is included.



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Also offered as ETM 646 and may be taken only once for credit.


ETM 545/645 or project management experience.