Roger D. H. Warburton, Ph.D., PMP
Teaching Schedule and Course Materials

Fall 2011

Office Hours:
    Tuesdays, 3 - 5 pm,
    Wednesdays, 3 - 5 pm,
        and by appointment.

    The fastest and easiest way to contact me is always via email. 
Syllabi

Detailed syllabi are available here.
   They provide an on overview of the course and attempt to answer the question:
    Why should I take this course? What is expected of me?

Project Management  MG415
Tuesdays:6 - 9 pm.
Room:  TBD

First Class, Tuesday September 6th, 2011.

Attendance at the first class is extremely important. Many essential concepts will be covered.

The second week will be very confusing if you miss the first week.


Text:
MBA Fundamentals: Project Management, 2008
Vijay Kanabar and Roger D. H. Warburton

Kaplan Publishing, NY, NY.

ISBN-10:  1427797447  
ISBN-13:  978-1-4277-9744-5  
 
I will refer to this as “K&W”
MBA Fundamentals Book Cover

AD642 OL: Program and Project Management (Online)
This is the same class as AD642 XP and AD642 DE
Online
Sept 6, 2011, for 7 weeks

Text #1:
MBA Fundamentals: Project Management, 2008
Vijay Kanabar and Roger D. H. Warburton

Kaplan Publishing, NY, NY.

ISBN-10:  1427797447  
ISBN-13:  978-1-4277-9744-5
I will refer to this as “K&W”

MBA Fundamentals Cover Image

Text #2:
A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, 2008
(PMBOK® Guide)

Project Management Institute
Newton Square, PA.

This second text is called the “PMBOK.” The easiest and cheapest way to get the PMBOK is to join the Project Management Institute (PMI) as a student member. Then you can download the PMBOK for free.

If you have any interest in PM, there is a lot of great stuff available at PMI and you need the PMBOK anyway, so it makes sense to join PMI ASAP.

Once you join, the PMBOK is immediately available online, so you do not have to wait for it. You can also print your own copy of you want to.


Other Required Materials
1) Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point

2) MS Project


Students are not expected to know how to use MS Project. MS Project is provided free to all MET students. Details are available in the first week of the course.

Tutorials will be provided during the course. Other software products can be used – see the Resources section – but if you chose to use something else, it is your responsibility.


AD680: Global Services &Supply Chain Strategy
Wednesdays, 6 - 9 pm.
Room:  TBD


First Class, Wednesday, September 7th, 2010.

Attendance at the first class is extremely important, many essential concepts will be covered.

The second week will be very confusing if you miss the first week.


Text Book:
There is no text for this course. I will provide Power Point slides each week. I recommend that you print these out before coming to class.

Slides will be available a week or two before class. They can be downloaded from Blackboard:

blackboard.bu.edu.


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