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Phone: (315) 684-6046
Fax: (315) 684-6427
Email: admissions@morrisville.edu
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"I’m going to work at the Department of Information Technology as a mobile developer and further my career in Information Technology. My career goal is to become a database administrator. Morrisville definitely gave me the tools to go for that goal and to succeed."

School of Science, Technology and Health Studies

Dean: Christine A. Cring
Phone: (315) 684-6079
Email: cringca@morrisville.edu

Information Technology: Application Software Development B.Tech.

Course Description

Project Management

This course provides an introduction to project management. Students learn project management concepts and how to use appropriate tools and software to manage various types of projects from start to finish. Students are challenged with the wide range of issues professional project managers are required to master: planning, prioritizing, scheduling, budgeting, negotiation, organizing, controlling cost, and handling change. Project management applies to a wide spectrum of real-world projects both within and outside the technical sciences. This course emphasizes learning through lecture, homework, student participation and presentations. Class projects give students hands-on experience applying project management skills and use of software tools. Prerequisites: CITA 110 or CITA 101 and BSAD 300 or permission of instructor 3 credits (2 lecture hours, 2 laboratory hours), fall and spring semester

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Richard P. Marcoux
CIT Department Chair
(315) 684-6788
marcourp@morrisville.edu
Charlton Hall, Room 137

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Admissions Requirements

New students: SAT: Math 500, Verbal 450.

Transfers: 3 units of Regents math (or equivalent college math), demonstration of basic computer literacy, GPA of 2.5 or better.

Morrisville State College has a rolling admission policy; notification of acceptance begins November 1. SAT or ACT exams are recommended, and an on–campus interview is encouraged.