Course title: Project management and Ethics in Engineering
Number of credits (ECTS): 3
Weekly number of classes: 2+1+0+0
Prerequisite for enrollment of the subject: None
Course Goals (acquired competencies): Scientific and professional approach in learning of the projects and project skills for planning, organizing, leading and controlling projects. Defining and evaluation of the ethical values in engineering projects.
Total available number of classes: 90
Course Syllabus: Project management definition. Classification of the projects. Project stakeholders. Project selection. Criteria for project success. Innovations in engineering projects. Innovating projects incorporate in organizational project portfolio. Business plan. Discussion in accordance with the PMBOK (PMI). Project Initiation Documents (PID), Project Charter documents. Project planning. Organizing, leading and controlling the projects. Cost-Benefit Analysis in projects. Technical and economic project analysis. Economical criteria for project selection in engineering. Project manager. Leadership in projects. Investor and Project company. Project documentation. Basic technical documentation. Tender documents. Offers. Contracts. Examples of successful and unsuccessful projects. Project management Ethics. Universal ethics in multicultural environment. Business ethics. Ethics in professional health and safety. Ethics in engineering. Ethics in project management.
|Cathy Lake||Mastering Project Management||Thorogood||1999|
|Financial Times -authors||Writing a business plan||Pearson||2011|
|Ralph Kliem, PMP||Ethics and Project Management||CRC Press||2012|