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

Spring 2012



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. 

Syllabus

Preliminary syllabi are available here.

1) Project Costs & Risks  AD644
Wednesdays, 6 - 9 pm.
Room:  FLR 134

First Class, Wednesday January 18th, 2012.

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.



AD642, Project Management, is a pre-requisite for this course. You need permission to take this course is you have not taken AD642.

Texts:
1) Project Management Body of Knowledge, PMBOK (R)
  Most students already have this from previous courses.

2) Required Double Masters Online Simulation

            You will be required to complete the online simulation from the Double Masters web site. More information about signing up and payment for the simulation ($25.00) will come during the first week of class.

Browser Compatibility and the Double Masters Simulation

Double Masters simulations have been tested under the following browsers on both the Windows and Mac OS X operating systems: Internet Explorer 7.0 or greater;  Safari 3.0 or greater;  Firefox 3.0 or greater.


2) AD642 OL: Project Management (Online)
    AD642 XP: Same Class as above (Online)
Online
January 17th, for 7 weeks

Texts:
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 Book Cover


2) A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, PMBOK (R)
  The easiest and cheapest way to get this is to join the Project Management Institute (PMI at pmi.org) as a student member. As a member of PMI, the PMBOK is free.

3) AD642 Project Management (Classroom)
Mondays, 12 noon - 3 pm.
First Class: January 23rd, 2012.
Classroom:   CAS 315

Texts:
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” See above course for cover picture.

2) A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, PMBOK (R)
  The easiest and cheapest way to get this is to join the Project Management Institute (PMI at pmi.org) as a student member. As a member of PMI, the PMBOK is free.