EG3000 - Engineering Project Management
|Student Contribution Band:
||School of Engineering (pre 2015)
Details of engineering planning and design; feasibility, and concept design of engineering
projects; project planning techniques; discussion of case studies for engineering
projects related to energy, mining, construction, infrastructure and manufacturing
processes; sustainability, environmental and social considerations in engineering
projects; organisational structure for engineering projects; cost estimation and risk
management for engineering projects; technological aspects of engineering projects;
scheduling of time and resources; multiple project management; optimisation models
and algorithms for solution; optimal scheduling of time and resources; cost optimisation;
application of optimisation approach to engineering project management; quality control;
construction management - design and delivery, tenders, bidding, procurement, risk
management, scheduling and estimation of costs; international engineering projects;
project monitoring and closure. Project: Conceptualisation, comparison, selection
and development of detailed project plan, schedule, cost and risk involved in (group)
proposed engineering project from different disciplines of engineering.
- advance effective oral and written communication skills;
- develop an attitude for dealing with complexity and uncertainty;
- learn to undertake problem identification, formulation and solution;
- understand professional and ethical responsibilities;
- understand the technological aspects of engineering project and their efficient management;
- learn the tools and concepts relevant to organizing, planning and managing engineering
- learn to make concious use of systems thinking, approaches and concepts.
||EG1000 AND EG1002 AND EG1010 AND EG1011 AND EG1012 AND MA1000 AND MA1003 AND (PH1005
OR EG1001) OR 36 CREDIT POINTS
Study Period 1
|Census Date 27-Mar-2014
||Assoc. Professor Rabin Tuladhar
||Dr Govinda Pandey.
- 65 hours - Lectures, tutorials, demonstrations, practicals, site visits and/or seminars. Refer
to Subject Outline for details.
||end of semester exam (50% - 70%); on-course assessment, some of which may be invigilated (30% - 50%).
Minor variations might occur due to the continuous Subject quality improvement process,
and in case
of minor variation(s) in assessment details, the Subject Outline represents the latest