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Introduction of project management courses at university: a case study

By Mitra Arami

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Project Management (PM) is well accepted as a domain for the exercise of professional expertise in Austria. Universities of Applied Science in Austria spend enormous resources on PM-Courses without really being sure that these trainings match the needs of companies students will work for after their graduation. This paper introduces one approach to provide PM knowledge set to graduate level students according to a case of University of Applied Science bfi Vienna in Austria. Additionally, this paper summarizes the background research that prompted the introduction of the PM courses, and future steps in this area of education

Topics: HB, TA
Publisher: PM Forum
Year: 2008
OAI identifier: oai:gala.gre.ac.uk:6596
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