The following two courses are still available for registration:
|Summer C||57752||CIS 4512||IT Project Risk Management||No||TR||06:00pm-08:00pm||M. Cooley||Off-campus – Sarasota|
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|Summer C||57754||CIS 4524||IT Project Schedule&Cost Ctrl||No||M||05:00pm-09:00pm||M. Reeve||Off-campus – Sarasota|
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“…Summer is a great time to take additional courses and reduce course load during the regular semester.
These courses will also count towards a certificate in Project Management and will help students go on to a PMI certification and then they can join the ranks of some of the most well-paid IT professionals.
To enroll, contact Bethery Von Dassow at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Sunita Lodwig”
The (4) articles posted below were published by the Project Management Institute (PMI) and highlight current career opportunities in the “hot” project management profession. The first article shows how ”big bucks” can be made in the United States and other countries as a Project Manager. Pursue your interest in Project Management by taking one or both of the IT Project Management courses scheduled for the Summer C semester: IT Project Management: Schedule and Cost Control and IT Project Risk Management.
Project management is popping up in unconventional sectors like agriculture, marketing and legal. Explore these possibilities in this article.
Project management is booming in the government sector around the world. In the United States, a specialized IT program management job classification and career path was created last June. The government also announced it will no longer fund large IT programs unless the programs have a full-time, experienced program manager and integrated program team. Read more about opportunities in this sector in the following article.
Up-to-the-minute research identifies project management as one of the hottest professions in the world today with top-notch salaries to match.
In this article, the author outlines the basic steps involved in the process of project scheduling and resource leveling. The areas outlined will be covered in detail in the I.T. Project Management: Schedule & Cost Control course which will be offered in the 2012 Summer C semester.
Increasingly, Project Managers are being asked to select “project management” software. But this is one area where one size does NOT fit all. Selection of appropriate software depends on the specific need you are trying to meet, and there are many choices besided Microsoft Project. Although this article was written for nonprofits, it provides a view of the various types of software applications used for project management and how they assist with specific functions.
Come get an opportunity to hear how Agile is used locally to help bolster business. Scott Rogers with OSI—managing company of Outback, Carrabas, and more—will be discussing how IT Governance coupled with Agile project execution has helped the IT department at OSI by allowing project teams to react quickly and do more with less.
This is a perfect opportunity to see how this methodology is implemented in the real world.
This meeting usually runs professionals anywhere from $25-$30 to attend. For students, we are holding the price at $15.00 for dinner & presentation, and $10.00 for presentation only.
If you wish to pre-register, or if you have questions, please contact Lee Strode at email@example.com or 941-343-7766.
Time: 5:30-6:00 – Registration
6:00-6:45 – Dinner
6:45-7:00 – Group Update & Introduction
7:00-8:00 – Scott Rogers – OSI Restaurant Partners, Inc.
Location: The Meadows Country Club – 3101 Longmeadow, Sarasota, Florida
Cost: $15.00 Pre-registered for Presentation & Dinner (email: firstname.lastname@example.org )
$10.00 Pre-registered Presentation Only (email: email@example.com )