The objectives of the Master’ Course in Strategies and Techniques of Project Management deal with the training of professional profiles possessing managerial skills to support project management in the different sectors in which he works. More specifically, the master’s course envisages the training of professional profiles such as Project Controller and Quality Manager for companies and agencies working on big projects. Among expected results, there is the acquisition of economic-managerial tools and skills aimed at cooperation both during the project design and execution phases. The profile of the Project Controller has the task of developing the skills needed to check the project progress and detect any problems to be dealt with as it regards both project progress and the quality of production as well as the organization. The Project Controller is also able to report these problems to the supervisor of the projector of parts of it. The Quality Manager possesses the skills needed to monitor the company performance against its mission and the attainment of its objectives by maximizing the exploitation of the resources used.
Target students and Entry Requirements
This first-level Master’s Course is addressed to students who earn a three-year university degree in a study course of the Engineering Faculty or a three-year university degree in a study course in the field of Economic Sciences or Statistical Sciences. The Scientific Committee reserves the right to assess applicants earning a three-year university degree in a study course different from those mentioned above.
The training activities take place through the platform on www.uninettunouniversity.net, the first portal across the world in which teaching is delivered in 5 languages: Italian, English, French, Arabic and Greek. In the section related to the Master’s Course in Strategies and Techniques of Project Management, the student can be able to access all the virtual contents. The students play an active role in their learning progress and can study whenever and wherever they wish to. In the course of their learning path, the students are guided by an online tutoring system which is able to facilitate their learning and web-based communication process and to supply them with the tools to carry out their study of a specific subject successfully. Online tutoring is organized in classes of students, through an advanced system of agenda that is able to recognize each and obtain the tracking of training activities and a quantitative and qualitative evaluation of the learning process of every single student.
How to study
The Internet-based training activities take place in a Web-based macro-area which is called “Didactic Cyberspace,” in the section devoted to the Master’s Course in Strategies and Techniques of Project Management. In the Didactic Cyberspace, the training and learning process takes place and accesses are diversified through customized login and password depending on the role played by the different actors of the training process: Professors, Tutors, and Students. These three categories of users can access the same information regarding each subject. More specifically, the Professor and Tutor can modify or replace training materials and add new ones for the whole course duration, whereas the student can dispose of an area of his own where he can include data, information, and personal notes. The student can access to:
- The Appointed Teaching Professor’s Page;
- The Tutor’s Page.
On these pages there is the Learning Environments where is possible to access:
- Training Materials which represent the course contents: digitized video lessons including bookmarks allowing for hypertextual and multimedia linking to books, selected bibliographical references, texts of the exercises, lists of selected websites. The system of dynamic bookmarks gives the Internet-based video lessons a hypertextual character allowing different levels of navigation: from one lesson to the other one, among subjects of a single lesson, between the materials referring to the same subject.
- Distance Tutoring. The students enrolled in the Master’s course will be assisted in every step of their study path by Telematic Professors-Tutors. The Telematic Professor-Tutor represents a guide as well as a constant presence along the Learning Process. The distance Tutoring activities may be carried out in two ways:
- in a synchronic manner, by using chats, video chats, video, and audio-conferencing, implemented in the Didactic Cyberspace, but also the three-dimensional classroom created on the UTIU Island of knowledge on Second Life.
- in a diachronic manner, through tools such as e-mail and discussion forums on the Internet. The discussion forums, related to the topics of a given teaching subject, enabling to enlarge dialogue and trigger a collaborative learning and give the opportunity for autonomous thinking on the issue being discussed and on the study activities carried on.
Virtual Classroom in UNINETTUNO Island of Knowledge on Second Life. On UNINETTUNO (International Telematic University) Island of Knowledge, a 3D lecture hall was realized and it is devoted to this master’s courses. In this environment, the students and professors/tutors’ avatars interact in the three-dimensional world of UNINETTUNO by their voice. Practice work, assessment tests and videoconferences with the protagonists of the Master’s Course, who will be attending through their avatars, are carried out, as well as real-time practice activities guided by the professors/tutors’ avatars. In the virtual classroom of Second Life in the UNINETTUNO Island of Knowledge the students and the professors/tutors teach and learn in a collaborative and cooperative way; they build and share knowledge with people belonging to different political, cultural and religious settings, the dialogue, cultural differences are confronted, socialization processes are implemented as well as the creation of new knowledge.
Internship and Final Exam
The fourth period going from the 16/05/2016 to the 09/09/2016 is devoted to an internship period, corresponding to 16 ECTS credits approximately, during which will support a company professional profile and will take part in actual project management operations. It is possible to pass this internship period in company proposed by UNINETTUNO or in an organization directly contacted by the candidate. In any case, it is necessary to sign an agreement between UNINETTUNO and the company and the required form can be requested to the coordinator of the Master’s Course. Previous professional activities are eligible for partial recognition as internship activity, only if it is relevant to the Master’s Course issues. The final exam consists in the presenting a report in which he activates and the experience made during the internship period are described, in the preparation of a thesis reviewing the main relevant studies in the field and in the presentation of the subjects treated in it delivering a synthetic speech in front of an exam commission. Previous professional activities are eligible for partial recognition as internship activity, only if it is relevant to the Master’s Course issues. The final exam consists in the presenting a report in which the activities and the experience made during the internship period are described, in the preparation of a thesis reviewing the main relevant studies in the field and in the presentation of the subjects treated in it delivering a synthetic speech in front of an exam commission.
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Last updated November 27, 2017