PJM-530 Project Risk Management

This course addresses identifying, analyzing, and responding to project risk in order to maximize results of positive events and minimize the consequences of adverse events. Identification, quantification, response planning, and control are covered. Risk factors, contract types, assessment techniques, tools to quantify risk, and procedures to reduce threats to project objectives and contingency are covered.

Advisory: Students should have successfully completed PJM-510: Project Management and PJM-520: Project Leadership and Communication before beginning this course.

Credits: 3

Offered in Sep 2020, Jan 2021, May 2021

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