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Credit points: 15
This subject provides necessary skills and techniques to manage large-scale information technology projects, with strong focus on the analytical side of project management, referring to scheduling, cost, and resource management, as well as the 'people' and client management issues that must be dealt with in order to ensure successful projects. Students learn to design Information Technology projects covering network management or software development or data science for efficiency, portability and re-use, as well as to take advantage of different standards and system utilities, data and information management techniques.
SchoolSchool Engineering&Mathematical Sciences
Subject Co-ordinatorPrakash Veeraraghavan
Available to Study Abroad StudentsNo
Subject year levelYear Level 5 - Masters
Prerequisites Must have passed CSE5NEF or CSE5NSF
Incompatible subjects CSE5PRA, CSE5ITP, CSE3PRA, CYB5PM
|Resource Type||Title||Resource Requirement||Author and Year||Publisher|
|Readings||Industry Project Guidelines||Prescribed||Torabi, T||LMS|
|Readings||Information Technology Project Management||Prescribed||Schwalbe, Kathy||Cengage|
|Readings||Software Engineering||Prescribed||Sommerville I, 2009||Pearson|
|Readings||Top-Down Network Design||Prescribed||Priscilla Oppenheimer||Cisco Press|
Graduate capabilities & intended learning outcomes
01. Critique and apply principles of project management from various stakeholder viewpoints
- Fundamentals of project management is presented in lectures and guest speakers will share their experience ahead of classroom simulations. Stakeholder exercises are a feature of the workshops.
02. Conduct effective and collaborative project team meetings through application of team dynamics knowledge.
- Role based simulations are conducted in lab classes whilst theory is delivered in lectures.
03. Create a project management framework for application to Computer Science & Information Technology projects.
- Lectures present best practice project management design principles. Case-based examples are examined in lab classes.
04. Critically analyse the security aspects of project development and embed risk mitigation in project management processes.
- Lectures present background information, prescribed reading discussed in labs and case studies where security implications were not considered in projects.
05. Formulate comprehensive strategies based on best practice, for modelling, capturing and storing design information in technology projects.
- Data management theory and application presented in lectures and labs respectively.
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