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Unit of study_

PMGT5850: Project Management Capstone Project

The capstone project aims to provide students with the opportunity to carry out a defined piece of workplace related research and assessment in a way that fosters the development of practical and research skills relevant to project management. Students will work in small, randomly selected groups on an assigned project for the semester. The concepts covered depend on the nature of the project. The project outcomes will be presented in a report that is clear, coherent and logically structured. The project will be judged on the extent and quality of the student's contribution to original work and particularly how critical, perceptive and constructive he or she has been in assessing his/her work and that of others, in understanding the business or organisational context and needs. Students will also be required to present the results of their findings to their peers and supervisors either face to face or by production of a video or other recorded presentation. The skills acquired will be invaluable to students progressing their careers in project management work.

Code PMGT5850
Academic unit Project Management
Credit points 6
Prerequisites:
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ENGG5205 AND ENGG5811 AND PMGT6867 AND ENGG5820 AND (PMGT5871 OR PMGT6871) AND (PMGT5872 OR PMGT6872) AND (ENGG5812 OR PMGT6812)
Corequisites:
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None
Prohibitions:
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None

At the completion of this unit, you should be able to:

  • LO1. initiate and coordinate a critical analysis and investigation of project processes in a specific context
  • LO2. formulate and justify plans or recommendations for achieving project goals and systemic improvement of performance
  • LO3. convey complex ideas, analysis and recommendations in a manner suited to the specific purpose and audience
  • LO4. demonstrate well-integrated critical judgement concerning content, assumptions, uncertainties and inter-connections
  • LO5. demonstrate understanding of theory and practical context with fluent command of specialist language
  • LO6. demonstrate ability to select and apply current and new PM knowledge relevant to purpose and audience
  • LO7. demonstrate understanding of context and of operational implications of plans and recommendations.

Unit outlines

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