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Project Management, distance studies, 7,5 credits
21180 and 21164
Faculty of Education and Business Studies
Tel: 026-64 88 83
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Period for course registration: 2021-01-04--2021-01-17
Course will be organized through Canvas. Students will automatically be enrolled on the course in Canvas once they have registered for their course in Ladok.
Course Insight: Project management
The course will be conducted through holding lectures and discussions on the topics of project management through Zoom. Students are requested to attend the six lectures. Moreover, students need to submit the individual home exam as well as individual assignment on article analysis and group assignments on management of real life projects and literature review on project management topics as part of the evaluation of the students for this course. It is compulsory for the students to attend and participate in the individual article analysis seminar and group project seminar. Seminars will be held through Zoom. The students also need to submit their home exam and assignments on Canvas on time as per course timetable to receive grades.
Course starts on January 20th 2021 at 09.00-12.00 and will be conducted via Zoom. Make sure you are logged in five minutes before class starts. Your name (First name Last name) must be visible on screen. You will find a link to our first meeting on Canvas/Announcements.
Andersen, Erling, S. (2008), “Rethinking Project Management: An organizational perspective”, London, Prentice Hall, ISBN 978-0-273-71547-4.
The communication between students and teacher will be through Zoom during lectures, seminars and pre-scheduled meetings as well as though e-mails and discussions on Canvas. The course contents, timetables, and information will be uploaded on Canvas for the course. All important announcements related to the course will be also on Canvas. Moreover, individual or group emails will be sent to the students’ email accounts regarding important matters related to course.
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