PMT 720 Project Management Studio I

This studio course studies development processes as applied to specific project conditions. Students undertake group and individual examinations of market and feasibility studies, real estate planning, approvals processes, proposal calls, construction phase issues, and facilities operation. The course provides students with opportunities to apply and integrate knowledge gained in Phases I, II and III to a variety of project management problems. Students will continue to develop skills in critical examination and problem solving methodologies. In this studio, students are expected to develop demonstrably higher order leadership and teambuilding skills and abilities in graphic, written and verbal communication and to gain a working understanding of the component elements of all phases of a development project. Lab: 9 hrs. Departmental consent required Course Weight: 3.00 Billing Units: 2

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