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Davenport University

Managing Projects
This course analyzes the knowledge and skills necessary to be a successful project leader. Methods of planning, executing, managing, and evaluating complex projects are studied in detail. Topics include project selection, project organizational structures, project scheduling and budgeting, workflow analysis, adhering to timelines, forming teams, negotiations and communications with team members, monitoring progress, and project auditing. This course utilizes MSProject software. Access to a PC platform is strongly recommended for this portion of the course.
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person, On-Demand

45.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 7.50 Leadership 22.50 Strategic 15.00

Davenport University

Project Quality Management
Students will gain insight and knowledge into project product quality and process improvement for creating project or program deliverables. Specific topics include six sigma, lean, quality control, testing, continuous improvement and requirements verification. Special emphasis will be placed on customer satisfaction within a project environment.
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person, On-Demand

45.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 26.25 Leadership 3.75 Strategic 15.00

Davenport University

Project Quality Management
Students will gain insight and knowledge into project product quality and process improvement for creating project or program deliverables. Specific topics include six sigma, lean, quality control, testing, continuous improvement and requirements verification. Special emphasis will be placed on customer satisfaction within a project environment.
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person, On-Demand

45.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 26.25 Leadership 3.75 Strategic 15.00

Davenport University

Project Management Internship
This bachelor-level Project Management Internship is the integration of previous classroom instruction with new learning acquired through on-the-job work experience. The employment experience should be related as closely as possible to the students major field and individual interest. Technology Management majors must meet the minimum required 3 credits of Technology Management internship requirement through GPMT490. The course is variable credit (1-6) with 1 credit requiring 50 hours of career-related work time at the internship site to 6 credits requiring 300 hours. The course may be repeated for a maximum of 6 earned credits. All employment site work must be evidenced by reports filed by the student as well as completion of other academic requirements.
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person, On-Demand

45.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 13.50 Leadership 22.50 Strategic 9.00

Davenport University

Project Management Internship
This sophomore level Project Management Internship is intended to introduce students interested in the field to the Project Management workplace through the integration of previous classroom instruction with new learning acquired through on-the-job work experience. The internship must focus as closely as possible on the student's major field, specialty and individual interest and provide work appropriate to a student exploring entry to the professional environment of Project Management. The course is variable credit (1, 2, or 3) with 1 credit requiring 50 hours of career-related work time at the internship site; 2 credits require 100 hours and 3 credits require 150 hours. The course may be repeated for up to a total of 3 credits. Student must meet the minimum 3 credits of Technology Management
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person, On-Demand

45.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 13.50 Leadership 22.50 Strategic 9.00

Davenport University

Project Management Internship
This bachelor-level Project Management Internship is the integration of previous classroom instruction with new learning acquired through on-the-job work experience. The employment experience should be related as closely as possible to the students major field and individual interest. Technology Management majors must meet the minimum required 3 credits of Technology Management internship requirement through GPMT490. The course is variable credit (1-6) with 1 credit requiring 50 hours of career-related work time at the internship site to 6 credits requiring 300 hours. The course may be repeated for a maximum of 6 earned credits. All employment site work must be evidenced by reports filed by the student as well as completion of other academic requirements.
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person, On-Demand

45.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 13.50 Leadership 22.50 Strategic 9.00

Davenport University

Project Management Internship
This sophomore level Project Management Internship is intended to introduce students interested in the field to the Project Management workplace through the integration of previous classroom instruction with new learning acquired through on-the-job work experience. The internship must focus as closely as possible on the student's major field, specialty and individual interest and provide work appropriate to a student exploring entry to the professional environment of Project Management. The course is variable credit (1, 2, or 3) with 1 credit requiring 50 hours of career-related work time at the internship site; 2 credits require 100 hours and 3 credits require 150 hours. The course may be repeated for up to a total of 3 credits. Student must meet the minimum 3 credits of Technology Management
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person, On-Demand

45.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 13.50 Leadership 22.50 Strategic 9.00

Davenport University

Project Quality Management
Students will gain insight and knowledge into project product quality and process improvement for creating project or program deliverables. Specific topics include six sigma, lean, quality control, testing, continuous improvement and requirements verification. Special emphasis will be placed on customer satisfaction within a project environment.
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person, On-Demand

45.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 26.25 Leadership 3.75 Strategic 15.00

Davenport University

Project Scheduling with Agile
This course provides an in-depth look at scheduling in the complex world of global projects. Students will use MS Project as a platform to learn how to plan and create realistic project schedules, network diagrams and work breakdown structures. Additional topics include scheduling with agile methodology, estimating activity duration, determining the critical path, corrective actions, and generating reports. Students will get plenty of practice using MS Project tools using case studies to gain real world experience.
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person, On-Demand

45.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 35.25 Leadership 3.50 Strategic 6.25

Davenport University

Global Sourcing of Projects
This class provides students with an in-depth understanding of sourcing in a global environment. Students will develop global contracts and explore cultural and ethical differences of managing projects and contracts in a global environment. Pragmatic and dynamic regional, legal, cultural and ethical environments that affect sourcing decisions and management are reviewed. Upon successful course completion, students will have a solid basis of understanding of the requirements and challenges U.S. based corporate project managers face in negotiating and managing global contracts and projects.
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Delivery Methods: Live In-Person, On-Demand

45.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 7.50 Leadership 22.50 Strategic 15.00
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