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49002 Managing Projects

6cp; 3hpw on campus, distance; availability: all courses (core for MEM)
There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
Anti-requisite(s): 31272 Project Management and the Professional AND 32541 Project Management AND 32601 Advanced Project Management AND 48260 Ver 4 Engineering Project Management

Engineering: Systems, Management and Leadership


Postgraduate

Description

The subject introduces project management principles and tools. Students develop an understanding of management practices and their application to the successful performance of engineering projects and engineering works. What students learn in this subject enhances their ability to make and implement decisions for strategic and operational management within an engineering setting.

This subject is offered in two modes: standard and distance.

  • In standard mode, students are expected to attend lectures and participate in class and group activities. Classes are three hours per week for one session. Students are expected to enrol and remain in a particular session all session.
  • In distance mode, students undertake the subject without attending classes thus enabling those who would have difficulty attending, for geographic or other reasons, to undertake the study of the subject.

The subject’s learning objectives and content are the same for both modes. There are, however, some differences in emphasis and assignment work because of the specific nature and constraints presented by the distance mode such as participating in presentations to staff and peers. While these aspects are mandatory for students participating in standard mode, they are not required for distance mode students.

The subject outline must be read in conjunction with any subject instructions posted on UTSOnline in any specific session. The instructions provide additional information and advice on any facet of the subject content, its administration and students' obligations.

It is mandatory that students obtain, read and comply with requirements of both the subject outline and any instructions posted on UTSOnline during the session.

Students are expected to regularly check the UTSOnline page of the subject.

Typical availability

Autumn session, City campus
Spring session, City campus


Detailed subject description.

Fee information

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Access conditions

Note: The requisite information presented in this subject description covers only academic requisites. Full details of all enforced rules, covering both academic and admission requisites, are available at access conditions and My Student Admin.