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University of New Hampshire

PM811 - Project Charter & Plan

Course Description

Studies have shown that nearly 75% of commercial projects are deemed to have not met the expectations of their funding sponsors. As professionals committed to effective project management, how do we change this paradigm? In this course, students start by learning how a project charter refines a project idea in a more concrete project narrative. Students develop a project's work breakdown structure and establish a realistic project schedule and budget. Students conduct project risk identification and assessment sessions to evaluate the overall risk posture of the project. Students will define the communications and change control plans.


PM800 - Intro to Project Management with a minimum grade of B-
PM800G - Intro to Project Management with a minimum grade of B-

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3.0 units

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Spring 2024

Mar 25 to May 17
crn: 55676
Time: TBA
Professor(s): Arti Varshney
Live Seat Count: 12 available seats - (about 1 month ago)
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