Courses are available on an open-enrollment basis to new students and continuing students. All schedules are subject to change.
Schedules shown for future terms are preliminary and provided to assist in planning. All courses will be confirmed and updated with specific instructors and course meeting times at the beginning of each term registration period.
The Distance Learning (DL) Orientation for GPS Students course is available in the two week period before DL courses begin. Read more.
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|Class #||Course #||Course Title||Status||Meeting Time(s)||Instructor(s)|
|10754||RCOM 102 1DL||Professional Communications||Open||Online||Lesser, Laurie||View Books|
|10755||RCOM 102 2DL||Professional Communications||Open||Online||Glosband, Merrily||View Books|
|10770||RMGT 110 1DL||Organizational Leadership and Decision Making||Open||Online||Phillips, Cynthia||View Books|
|10771||RMGT 110 2DL||Organizational Leadership and Decision Making||Open||Online||La Creta, James J.||View Books|
|10775||RPJM 101 1DL||Foundations of Project Management||Open||Online||Hassey, James||View Books|
|10776||RPJM 101 2DL||Foundations of Project Management||Closed||Online||Staff||View Books|
|10777||RPJM 101 3DL||Foundations of Project Management||Open||Online||Coleman, Cheryl||View Books|
|10778||RPJM 103 1DL||Advanced Scheduling and Control||Open||Online||Parker, Jeffrey S.||View Books|
|10779||RPJM 103 2DL||Advanced Scheduling and Control||Open||Online||Gentile, Stephen A.||View Books|
|10780||RPJM 110 1DL||Risk Management in Projects and Programs||Open||Online||Guérin, Denise M.||View Books|
|10782||RPJM 113 1DL||
Negotiating and Conflict Resolution
Students in this course are charged a non-refundable course materials fee of $25, which covers the cost of case studies used in simulated negotiations.
|Closed||Online||Milne, Lydia||View Books|
|10783||RPJM 125 1DL||
Special Topics in Project Management
Special Topic Fall 2012: Management for Government Projects and Contractors. This course covers the management of government projects from the perspective of government agencies as well as business organizations that contract with government agencies. Government projects need to address constraints, challenges and risks that are not normally present in private sector projects. This course explores the role of unique legal constraints, public accountability and diversity of stakeholder interests in shaping government project management best practices. In addition, it analyzes the special characteristics of government procurement processes, government contract provisions and project budgets dependent upon utilization of public resources. The course content is applicable to all levels of government: federal, regional and local. It is consistent with the principles of the Government Extension to the PMBOK Guide® as well as with the PMBOK Guide® itself.
|Open||Mgmnt Gov't Proj & Contractors: Online||Guérin, Denise M.||View Books|
|10795||RVTM 110 1DL||Management of Virtual and Global Teams||Closed||Online||Yurik, Aline||View Books|