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TMGT 514 - Engineering & Technology Project Management

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TMGT 514 - Engineering & Technology Project Management
Fall 2015 (August 31 - December 18)

CRN: 81498 (.01E)
CRN: 82745 (.01W)
CRN: 82746 (.02W)


Q:  Will there be a face-to-face meeting?
A:  ONLY for the Enhanced section (.01E).  The Enhanced section will have regularly scheduled, required, weekly meetings. 
For the Online sections (.01W & .02W), there will NOT be a face-to-face orientation or any required physical meetings
.  Online activities required for the online sections in lieu of a face-to-face meeting will be outlined in the course.

Q:  Where and when do I access the course?
A:  The course will be conducted in eCollege for ALL sections, 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) - rev. 08/23/2015

Schedule - rev. 10/19/2015

Calendar (pdf) - rev. 10/19/2015

Course Grading Rubrics (pdf) - Revision Pending


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

Publisher:                 John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Publication date:      March, 2009


New and Used 10th editions WAY below list on eBay's Half.com...  http://product.half.ebay.com/_W0QQprZ70895122

Class resources

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Department of Engineering & Technology
College of Science & Engineering
Texas A&M University-Commerce

rev. 10/19/15