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Project Management and Evaluation
|Master programme in||
Global Studies * / Global and Development Studies
|Type of activity||
|REGISTRATION AND STUDY ADMINISTRATIVE|
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|Number of participants||
|Responsible for the activity||
Paul Austin Stacey (email@example.com)
|Head of study|
ISE Studyadministration (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The workshop module Project Management and Evaluation trains students to manage and evaluate projects in public and private organisations. It introduces students to the techniques used in planning, managing and evaluating a process of achieving project goals within given constraints. It facilitates the application of these techniques in practical exercises.
|Detailed description of content||
The teaching includes a mix of lectures with interactive discussions, in-class exercise-based group work, and individual student presentations. Throughout the course, students will work towards completing their final portfolio. This includes choosing and presenting a relevant topic for the portfolio and gaining teachers’ approval. There is also the possibility of additional guest lectures and presentations of project management by relevant development practitioners working in NGOs, and the private and public sector.
Recommended academic knowledge: basic or broad knowledge of global and development studies, and elements of the project planning cycle.
|Course material and Reading list||
Course literature and examples of project management tools will be available on Moodle.
|Overall plan and expected work effort||
The course is worth 5 ECTS which corresponds to 135 hours, so please adjust your workload accordingly. Students are expected to attend class, prepare by reading 2-3 compulsory academic texts for each session and to develop their portfolios, as well as actively contribute to group work. Students are also expected to regularly check Moodle and stay updated with changes and information.
Estimation of hours:
Class attendance: 20 hours
Preparation and portfolio: 115 hours
|Evaluation and feedback||
The activity are evaluated regularly regarding the study board evaluation procedure. The activity responsible will be orientated about a potential evaluation of the activity at semesterstart. Se link to the study board evaluation praxis here https://intra.ruc.dk/nc/for-ansatte/organisering/raadnaevn- og-udvalg/oversigt-over-studienaevn/studienaevn-for-internationale-studier/arbejdet-medkvalitet- i-uddannelserne/
|Overall learning outcomes||
|Form of examination||
Individual portfolio exam.
The character limit of the portfolio is maximum 24,000 characters, including spaces. Examples of written products are exercise responses, talking points for presentations, written feedback, reflections, written assignments. The preparation of the products may be subject to time limits.
The character limits include the cover, table of contents, bibliography, figures and other illustrations, but exclude any appendices.
The portfolio is written partially during the course.
The entire portfolio must be handed in at the same time (uploaded to eksamen.ruc.dk). Handing in the portfolio or parts of the portfolio to the supervisor for feedback, cannot replace the upload to eksamen.ruc.dk.
Assessment: 7-point grading scale.
|Form of Re-examination||
Samme som ordinær eksamen / same form as ordinary exam
|Type of examination in special cases||
|Examination and assessment criteria||
Explain the project management landscape, its structure and stakeholders
Analyse the main approaches, tools and frameworks for project management,
Identify existing issues and challenges
Formulate relevant solutions and propose coherent recommendations,
Apply course literature to plan, monitor, manage and evaluate projects.