Vous êtes sur la page 1sur 8

LESSON PLAN

FACULTY OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING


CHE620 UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
PAGE : 1

1.0 COURSE INFORMATION

COURSE NAME : PROJECT MANAGEMENT


COURSE CODE : CHE620 / CPE520
PROGRAM : EH220/EH221/EH222
CREDIT HOURS : 3
CONTACT HOURS : 4
COURSE STATUS : CORE
PRE-REQUISITE : NIL

2.0 SYNOPSIS
This course will take a comprehensive view of project management, addressing both the
technical and the social or human sides of the field. Furthermore, the course will provide
intensive coverage of management in a wide range of project applications from concept
through operations. Planning, scheduling, controlling, economic analysis, quality control and
customer satisfaction are stressed in this course.

3.0 OBJECTIVES
Upon completion of this course, the students should be able to:
1. Identify basic principles and practice of project management
2. Analyze the knowledge and function effectively as a project manager and team member
3. Assess the communication skills gained through oral and writing.

4.0 METHODS OF INSTRUCTION


Lecture, tutorial, presentation, cooperative learning, blended learning and mini-project.

5.0 LESSON PLAN

WEEK DURATION TOPIC CHAPTER/BOOK


1.0 Introduction, project management
overview
1.1 General view of a project
1.2 Project management vs. general
1-2 2 management 1/Mantell
1.3 Project performance targets and goals of
a project
1.4 The life cycles of project
1.5 Selecting projects
2.0 Manager, Organization and Team
2.1 The PM’s roles
2.2 The PM’s responsibilities to the project
3 1 2/Mantell
2.3 Selection of a project manager
2.4 Fitting projects in the parent organization
2.5 The project team
3.0 Planning the Project
4 1 3.1 Contents of a project plan 3/Mantell
3.2 The planning process
3.3 The work breakdown structure
4.0 Scheduling the Project
5-6 4.1 PERT and CPM networks 5/Mantell or 6/Larson
1 4.2 The Gantt chart
5.0 Allocating Resources to the Project
5.1 Resource loading
5.2 Allocating scarce resources to projects
7-8 1 5.3 Allocating scarce resources to several 6/Mantell or 8/Larson
projects

TEST 1
6.0 Budgeting the Project
6.1 Methods of Budgeting
9 - 10 1 4/Mantell
6.2 Cost estimating
6.3 Improving cost estimates
7.0 Monitoring and Controlling the
Project
7.1 The plan – monitor – control cycle
11 1 7.2 Data collection and reporting 7/Mantell
7.3 Earned value
7.4 Project control
7.5 Designing the control system
8.0 Evaluating and Terminating the
Project
8.1 Evaluation
12 - 13 1 8.2 Project auditing 8/Mantell
8.3 Project termination

TEST 2
9.0 Special Topics
14 2 9.1 Mini Project: Chemical Engineering Assignment (Presentation)
9.2 Plant Proposal
LESSON PLAN
FACULTY OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
CHE620 UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
PAGE : 3

5.0 ASSESSMENT

Tests & Assignments : 40%


Final Examination : 60%

6.0 MAIN TEXT BOOK

1. Mantel, Meredith, Shafer and Sutton. Project Management in Practice, 4ed, Wiley and
Sons, Inc., 2011.
2. Turton, Bailie, Whiting and Shaeiwitz, Analysis, Synthesis, and Design of Chemical
Processes, 3ed, Prentice Hall International Series, 2009.
3. Eric W. Larson & Clifford F.Gray. Project Management the Managerial Process, 5th Edition,
McGraw Hill.

7.0 ADDITIONAL REFERENCES

1. Martyn S. Ray and Martin G. Sneesby, Chemical Engineering Design Project: A Case
Study Approach, 2nd Ed., Gordon and Breach Science Publisher, 1989.
2. Timothy J. Kloppenborg: contemporary Project Management - Organize, Plan, Perform,
2ed. South Western, 2011.
3. Brown, K.A. Project Management, McGraw Hill, 2002.
4. James P. Lewis. Fundamentals of Project Management. AMACOM Div America Mgmt
Assn, 2007.
5. Project Management Institute, A Guide to the project management Body of Knowledge,
3rd Edition, PMI, 2004.
6. Brown, K.A. Advanced Tools for Project Scheduling, McGraw Hill, 2003.

8.0 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Attendance is compulsory. Students who fail to comply 80% of the attendance will be barred
from taking the final examination. Absence from lecture, tutorial, test or presentation must be
supported by relevant document.

9.0 OTHER INFORMATION/DETAILS

Marks will be deducted for late submission of assignment/report at a rate of 50% per week
after the due date.
LESSON PLAN
FACULTY OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
CHE620 UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
PAGE : 4

PREPARED BY : APPROVED BY :
SIGNATURE : SIGNATURE :

NAME : Puan Siti Fatma Abd NAME : Dr Siti Wahida Puasa

Karim POSITION: KPP EH220


DATE: 6 September 2016
POSITION : Lecturer

DATE: 6 September 2016


LESSON PLAN
FACULTY OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
CHE620 UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
PAGE : 5

COURSE CODE CHE620 PROGRAM EH220


COURSE NAME PROJECT MANAGEMENT PREPARED BY DR. ABDUL HADI
CREDIT HOURS 3 DATE 10 SEPTEMBER 2012

COURSE OUTCOMES: Statements describing those students who complete the course are expected to acquire.
LEARNING OUTCOMES: Statements describing student action those serve as evidence of knowledge, skills and attitude.
PROGRAMME OUTCOMES: Statements describing the knowledge, skills and attitude acquired upon graduation.

Program Outcomes
Ability to identify and apply knowledge of mathematics, basic and applied science, engineering fundamentals and specialization to solve
1
including complex engineering problems.
Ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems, including complex engineering problems, using the principles o f
2
mathematics, basic and applied science and engineering fundamentals.
Ability to perform research, design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze, interpret, conclude and validate data of research-based
3
fundamental and complex engineering problems.
4 Ability to utilize modern science, engineering or IT tools and systems to solve common engineering problems, including complex system.
Ability to utilize system approach to design and evaluate operational performance with appropriate consideration on health, safety, society
5
and environment.
6 Ability to acquire in-depth technical knowledge in chemical and related engineering principles.
7 Ability to communicate effectively not only with engineers but also with the community at large.
8 Ability to apply the knowledge of safety, health and the environment, and sustainable development issues in specific engineering scenarios
Ability to function effectively as an individual and in a group with the capacity to be a leader or manager as well as an effective
9
team member.
10 Ability to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of project management and finance.
LESSON PLAN
FACULTY OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
CHE620 UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
PAGE : 6

Ability to recognize and apply the importance of social, cultural and global contemporary and ethical issues and professional conducts in
11
engineering practice.
12 Ability to recognize the necessity for lifelong learning and actively practice it in their professional activities.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES INSTRUCTIONAL


ASSESSMENT
COURSE METHODS
OUTCOMES
PO 1 PO 2 PO 3 PO 4 PO 5 PO 6 PO 7 PO 8 PO 9 PO PO PO
10 11 12

a. Ability to identify 2 3 2 Lecture Assignment


basic principles and Tutorial Test
practice of project Discussion Examination
management
b. Ability to analyze 2 3 2 Lecture Assignment &
the knowledge and Discussion Presentation
function effectively Test
as a project Examination
manager and team
member
c. Ability to assess 3 2 Lecture Assignment &
the communication Discussion Presentation
skills gained Test
through oral and Examination
writing.
1- Very little or no emphasis; 2- Moderate emphasis; 3- Strong emphasis
LESSON PLAN
FACULTY OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
CHE620 UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
PAGE : 7

Relationship between courses to the performance criteria and POs

Program PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7 PO8 PO9 PO10 PO11 PO12
Outcomes
Performance 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3
Criteria
Courses
CHE620
LESSON PLAN
FACULTY OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
CHE620 UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
PAGE : 8