Project Management Practicum (BUS 204)
A practicum is a 1-unit
course that allows students to apply project management concepts to a
real world project situation. With the assistance of a faculty advisor,
each student develops a project that demonstrates his/her cumulative
learning in project management. Course is completed in the semester
when student will complete Project Management Certificate.
should select a real world project of interest.
Project should also involve working with project team members.
Projects that could be done as part of Practicum:
- Upgrading PCs or
network in a work environment
- Developing a
- Designing a
- Creating a video
of a new product
- Developing an
- Implementing a
- And many more....
- Project Charter
Manager's Book of Forms (2009) by Cynthia Stackpole.
Publisher: Wiley. ISBN: 9780470389843.
Contact Melanie Meyer with
- Students are
required to identify their own practicum projects. There
are many resources available on campus for doing so. Faculty
advisors can make suggestions.
- Students register
for class by adding to the waitlist. Please submit copies of your
transcripts when registering showing you have completed the
required coursework for your certificate program.
- Once approved,
student should work with Faculty Advisor to register for the
Note: Practicums are subject to
availability. As always, the
department reserves the right to substitute another course if needed.
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