2020-2021 Catalog

PM 508 Managing Risks: Project and Business

Risks associated with cost, schedule, quality, and performance are prevalent in project work and therefore need to be managed. This course exposes students to a plethora of project risks and the means for effective mitigation. Specifically, students will investigate principle theories and practices of risk management to learn the latest techniques for identifying, assessing, and evaluating trade-offs to manage the various types of risk associated with a project. These theories and practices will help students devise effective strategies to prevent and/or respond to potential risks in a timely manner. From such work, students will learn about the impact of project risk as it relates to the probability of failure to achieve the business goals associated with the project and further determine the potential damage it has to the overall organization.

Credits

3