Graduates of the Project Management program will be prepared to manage project scope and change, provide innovation and goal setting, project control, project staffing, risk management, utilize project management tools and perform other functions in careers that incorporate project management or in stand-alone project manager positions.
Graduates will have demonstrated their knowledge, job skills, soft skills and abilities related to business in general and project management in particular.
Your Field Study Options
Students will take a field-based, application-driven course where students participate in the coordination and execution of a real industry project. Leveraging learning from their project management courses, students can expect to gain experience in the following areas:
- defining requirements
- creating project plans
- tracking budgets
- coordinating meetings
- monitoring progress
- assessing risks
- managing stakeholders
- implementing management tools
- preparing reports
- conducting themselves in a professional manner.
Program Standards and Learning Outcomes
The Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities has established Program Descriptions for college programs of instruction which do not operate under a specific provincial Program Standard. The Program Description typically describes the program purpose (a brief description of the program, potential employment opportunities and general admission requirements) and program goals (similar to program-level learning outcomes, which guide the curriculum).
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Source: Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology (CAAT) website