This course integrates project management theory with practical approaches to establish a fundamental knowledge base to use in a contemporary dynamic business environment. Students explore project management concepts from planning and selection through all aspects of the project life cycle. Practical techniques are developed to organize and control non-routine activities in order to properly manage and schedule quality, budget, and performance objectives.
Coordinator and Lecturer
Barry Molnaa, PMP, LEED AP, Director of Project Management, ARCADIS, Irvine, California. Mr. Molnaa has over 25 years experience managing environmental and engineering projects throughout the world. In his current position, he is responsible for the selection, training and performance of over 600 project managers throughout the U.S. He provides guidance on best practices including the development of performance monitoring systems, risk management, quality management, financial management and client management. Mr. Molnaa has been teaching project management at UCLA Extension since 1994. He developed the Project Management Certificate Program currently offered by UCLA Extension to provide means for students to acquire proficiency in the field. He is recipient of UCLA Extension Distinguished Instructor Award (2011).
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