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IE 586: Project Risk Management

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Information
4 Credits
Available Fall term
Lecture only
(Online course)

Prerequisites
IE 582
Contact
Ean H. Ng
541.737.0570
404 Rogers Hall

Course Description

An introduction to the concept of project risk in producing constructed engineering projects. Course content includes project baselining, risk definition and identification, risk assessment and management techniques, risk control, risk response, and risk management.

Topics

  • Project baselining
  • Alternative analysis
  • Project risk management sequence
  • Risk identification – quantitative and qualitative
  • Risk response – quantitative and qualitative
  • Project risk management

Learning Outcomes

The student, upon completion of this course, will be able to:

  1. Describe the concept and key terms of risk.
  2. Perform project baseline evaluation.
  3. Identify and professionally list project risks.
  4. Analyze impacts of identified risks.
  5. Apply actions that respond to mitigating risk.
  6. Develop a risk management plan that synthesizes the risk process.