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HRD 475- Fall 2017

by David Huang ( / Aug 28, 2017

No matter where you envision yourself to begin your career, being able to manage teams of professionals is a much-appreciated and universally important skill in the workplaces. 

Do you know how to assemble the best team for your grant proposals and special projects? Are you prepared for the challenges that come with managing multiple teams and projects? Do you know how to successfully managing projects and people? Do you know how to realize your teams’ potentials? HRD 475 would help you identify those answers in Fall 2017.

HRD 475 (Project Management in Human Resource Development/Education)

CRN: 66191

Thursdays, 1 pm-350 pm

Course Description:

This course offers students the opportunity to acquiring skills for developing and implementing training/development, research, or community outreach projects in any organization. These are key skills because it is estimated that as much as 50% of the work that you will do in an organization will be done as a project. This course also provides best practices and principles related to the management of projects in educational organizations (all levels, traditional or online), emphasis on team building and leadership, establishing relationships, benchmarks and evaluative practices, and review and use of various project management tools.