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TMGT 514 - Engineering & Technology Project Management

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TMGT 514 - Engineering & Technology Project Management

CRN: 82417 (.01W) & 81645 (.01E)
Fall 2013 (August 26 - December 13)


Q:  Will there be a face-to-face meeting?
A:  The Enhanced Section (.01E) WILL be meeting weekly.  The Web-based Section (.01W) will NOT be holding a face-to-face orientation or any required physical meetings.  Online activities required in lieu of the web-based section's face-to-face meeting will be outlined in the course.  The enhanced section will make extensive use of eCollege for required course activities.

Q:  Where and when do I access the course?
A:  The course will be conducted in eCollege with some resources provided on this 'public' page.  eCollege is accessed through your myLeo Portal; or, you may use the direct link to eCollege: http://online.tamuc.org/.  The course will be accessible on the first day of scheduled class.  At that time, you will need to log in and follow the posted instructions.

Syllabus (pdf)


Calendar (pdf)

Course Grading Rubrics (pdf) - under development


Title:                        Project Management:  A Systems Approach to Planning, Scheduling, and Controlling, 10th ed.

Author:                     Harold Kerzner, PhD

Format availability:         1120 pages                 List $US

   Hardcover:        ISBN-13:   978-0-470-27870-3     $99.00
E-book:            ISBN-13:   978-1-1182-3001-5     $74.50
   E-book digital rental (360 days):                         $59.50

Publisher:                 John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Publication date:      March, 2009


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Class resources

Finding Articles in the TAMU-C Online Library (YouTube video) - Dr. Rick Lumadue

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Department of Engineering & Technology
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rev. 08/07/14