Course Description

Whether you are new to a project management or juggling several projects at once, a solid foundation in the fundamentals of project management is essential. This course introduces you to the project management framework currently used in most organizations. Learn how to: develop a project management plan; build structures and timeliness; identify stakeholders and manage stakeholders and manage stakeholder interaction; manage scope and resources; estimate costs; and create a budget.

Discover valuable tools and techniques for executing the project, monitoring and controlling the project work, controlling quality, managing risks, and finally, closing the project. A brief review of project management software is also provided.

Project team leadership is often the most challenging part of successfully managing a project. Learn how to: develop and manage your project teams to maximize output and minimize disruption: distribute tasks and information in a way that works; motivate your team to get the work done right and on time; and create credibility so your team members give the very best to your project

Learner Outcomes

  • Understanding administrative structure for effective project management
  • Creating a realistic budget and techniques to stay on target
  • Learning to identify & manage key clients & stakeholders
  • Understanding how quality control and risk management can lead to a better project
  • Techniques to motivate and manage the project team

Accrediting Associations

  • AIA - HSW Credits 3.0 credits

Applies Towards the Following Certificates


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Section Title
Project Management for Architects
Online-fixed date/synchronous meeting(s)
9:30AM to 12:30PM
Sep 14, 2019
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
Course Fee(s)
Tuition non-credit $150.00