Course Description

The Project Management Institute (PMI) recognizes Risk and Quality Management as two of the key knowledge areas of project management. This course covers the fundamental aspects, analytical tools, and methods of both areas. In particular, the course covers the basic processes of risk planning, identification, qualitative analysis, quantification, risk response development, and risk control. The course also deals with concepts of quality and their integration into project planning, execution, and control. It addresses the customer and the organizational perspectives on quality, the cost of quality and the use of statistical tools to manage quality improvements in projects. (39 PDUs)


For further information about Professional Development Units (PDUs), see Project Management Institute.

This course is offered in the Spring/Summer term as part of 'Project Management Fast Track' (CKPM 999). 

Students must have access to Microsoft Project for Windows to be successful in this course. The Apple (Mac) operating system is not supported by this course. 

Includes a one-hour lunch break from 12:00-1:00 p.m. 


Prerequisite: CITM 750 or CKPM 202 or CTEC 210

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Thank you for your interest in this course. Unfortunately, it is not scheduled for the Spring 2020 term.

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