Masters in Design, Management and Administration Project (MDGDP)
The advance of science and engineering projects has led to major changes in the various facets of a project.
These changes have produced a more rigorous management aspects, with a methodological instrument complete and accurate. Similarly, all aspects of management have gained more prominence because of the importance of the participation of human resources in the development of a project. Given the ongoing project failures, there is the pressing need to consolidate and improve the quality of the design stage of the same, meaning that stage as the creative process and cognitive develop and formulate the basics of a project, which requires management of knowledge and a proper direction.
The Master program in Design Management and Project Management (MDGDP) connects these 3 elements to be so integral a project specialist with the ability, skill and knowledge of:
- Designing a project;
- Manage your project from initiation to post-mortem reflection and,
- Direct all individual human efforts dual and collective to the project goals and interests of those affected.
Thanks to this integrated vision, the program of Masters in Design, Management and Project Management needs and get to combine all the elements of the science and engineering projects including:
- Understanding the creative process of generating ideas to be projected;
- The interpretation of international norms and standards for project management And,
- Managerial and executive skills to direct the effort to carry out a project.
Train professionals to acquire creative thinking, executive and management suitable for the design, management, and project management.
- Provide and use appropriate methodology to design a project that responds to a predetermined sequence of progress, and allows immediate application to specific cases and articles, which in turn allows mastering and understanding the factors of motivation, intent, purpose and teleology of a project.
- Identify and analyse the activities and responsibilities of Project Director in each of its areas of competence, and propose tools to accomplish each stage of the lifecycle of a project and include each of the knowledge areas of project ( integration, scope, time, cost, quality, resources, communications, risk and procurement, among others.).
- Learn to interpret international standards related to field projects, applied to the phases of a project and to facilitate the subsequent certification of students to institutions such as International Project Mangement Association (IPMA), Spanish Association of Project Engineering (AEIPRO) or Project Management Institute (PMI).
- Understanding and managing the processes of creation, generation, development and dissemination of individual and collective knowledge in terms of collaborative and cooperative tasks that facilitate and enhance the emergence of viable, concrete and sustainable real-world problems, and whose realization is revealed in the figure of a project.
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