Computer Information Technology
Term : Summer 2020
Catalog Year : 2019-2020

CIT 614 - Project Procurement, Change Control, Quality Assurance, & Project Closure

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Description: This course examines the processes associated with project procurement, project change control, project quality assurance, and project closure concepts such as procurement types and processes, change documentation and assessment, change mitigation, quality management tools and theories, project closure techniques, and how those concepts are applied to the domain of information technology. Project procurement, project change control, project quality assurance, and project closure skills play an important role in the success of projects and are increasingly important to the information technology domain where technology-infused projects are inherently complex. In addition, this course builds upon student learning in CIT 613 by introducing students to project procurement, project change control, project quality assurance, and project closure components of the Project Management Institute's PMBOKĀ® framework. Students will apply their knowledge and skills by creating quality management and project closure plan documents for an information technology project following the specifications defined in the Project Management Institute's PMBOKĀ® framework. Students will build upon this course in the masters project course CIT 691 by applying project management skills to a comprehensive information technology project to demonstrate mastery of learning. Letter grade only.

Units: 3