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Managing IT Projects

Overview of the unit

Unit code: SWE30010

Duration: 1 teaching period

About this unit

This unit of study aims to expose students to the range of project management practices that are used in contemporary software development projects, so that they learn and understand the major issues that project managers have to handle.

Content

Topics may include:

  • project management issues
    • scope, time, cost, quality
    • risk
    • work breakdown structures
    • estimation techniques
    • project planning techniques
  • risk management
    • common project risk categories
    • risk identification and prioritisation
  • managing risks using spikes
    • quality management
    • defect identification and classification
    • quality reviews
    • defect reporting
    • change logs
  • measurement
    • size and complexity metrics
    • metric tools
    • relationships between defect and metrics
  • tracking and reporting.

This unit is found in the Bachelor of Information and Communication Technology.

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