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    North Carolina Career and Technical Education

    Adapted CTE Course Blueprint

    CS11 Project Management I

    Summer 2017

    Course Description:   This course will introduce students to the principles, concepts, and software applications used in the management of projects. Through project-based learning, students will understand how to use the framework of initiating, planning, executing, monitoring and controlling, and closing a project in authentic situations. The core concepts of scope, time, cost, and integration will be examined during this course.

    Hours of Instruction:

    135-180

    Recommended Maximum Enrollment:

    30

    Prerequisite:

    None

    Career Cluster(s):

    Foundational: AG, AC, AR, BM, HL, HT, HU,  IT, MN, MK, ST, TD
    Enhancement: FN, GV
    Completer: None

    Aligned Credential or Certification:None

    Work-Based Learning

    Mentorship, school-based enterprise, service
    learning, and job shadowing

    ES #
    Ind. #

    Unit Titles/Essential Standards and Objective Statements
    (The Learner will be able to:)

    Course Weight

    RBT Designation

    # of Days

     

    Total Course Weight

    100%

     

    70

    1.00

    Understand the Framework of Project Management

    20%

    B2

    14

    1.01

    Structure of Project Management

       

    3.5

    1.02

    Project Management Stakeholders

       

    3.5

    1.03

    Project Management's Role in the Corporate Environment

       

    3.5

    1.04

    Project Life Cycles and Phases

       

    3.5

    2.00

    Understand Project Integration

    20%

    B2

    14

    2.01

    Develop a project charter

       

    2.8

    2.02

    Develop a project management plan

       

    2.8

    2.03

    Manage, monitor and control project work

       

    2.8

    2.04

    Perform Integrated Change Control

       

    2.8

    2.05

    Close Project

       

    2.8

    3.00

    Understand Scope Management

    20%

    B2

    14

    3.01

    Collect requirements

       

    3.5

    3.02

    Define scope

       

    3.5

    3.03

    Create Work Breakdown Structure

       

    3.5

    3.04

    Validate and control scope

       

    3.5

    4.00

    Understand Time Management

    20%

    B2

    14

    4.01

    Define and sequence activities

       

    4.666666667

    4.02

    Estimate Activity Resources and Durations

       

    4.666666667

    4.03

    Develop and Control Schedules

       

    4.666666667

    5.00

    Understand Cost Management

    20%

    B2

    14

    5.01

    Estimate costs and determine a budget

       

    7

    5.02

    Control costs

       

    7

             
     

    Most Current Version: Summer 2017

         
             

    Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSO) are an integral part of this curriculum.  CTSOs are strategies used to teach course content, develop leadership, citizenship, responsibility, and proficiencies related to workplace needs.

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    This blueprint has been reviewed by business and industry representatives for technical content and appropriateness for the industry.