A study of conventional scheduling using critical-path-method; precedence networks; bar charts; monthly reports; and fast track scheduling.
Students learn to understand and apply the available methods of project scheduling, including the sequence of different construction processes as well as formulating and diagramming schedules.
Students learn the stages of a project (planning, sequencing, scheduling) and various ways of tracking the progress of the project. Students also learn how to monitor projects and how to manage the changes and complications.
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Course syllabus is available on the current semester's schedule page