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University of Southern Denmark
 

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Education
Post-graduate Education
Research Projects and/or Programmes
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Education

Courses in Various Bachelor Programmes

  • Content:
    • Project Management
  • Target group:
    • Bachelor students
  • Graduates:
    • app. 45 per year
  • Duration:
    • Sports: 1 quarter (60 lessons), 1 course (10 ECTS)
    • Environmental and Resource Management: 1 quarter, 1 course (7,5 ECTS)
  • Features:
    • Theories, models and methods are based on basic and wellknown concepts within project management
    • The courses are held in Danish
  • Courses:
    • Sports: Project Management and Project Work
    • Environmental and Resource Management: Project Management

Courses in Various Master Programmes

  • Content:
    • Project Management
    • The Role of a Consultant
    • Programme Management
    • Managing the Project-oriented Company
  • Target group:
    • Master students
  • Graduates:
    • app. 250 per year
  • Duration:
    • Health: 1 semester, 45 lessons, 10 ECTS
    • Humaniorities: 1 semester, 33 lessons, 10 ECTS
    • Science: 1quarter, 40 lessons, 5 ECTS
    • Social Science: 1 semester, 45 lessons, 10 ECTS
    • Social Science and Humanities: 1 semester, 45 lessons, 10 ECTS
    • Social Science and Technique: 1 semester, 45 lessons, 10 ECTS
  • Features:
    • Theories, models and methods are based on the concept of project management in an organizational perspective offered by professor Erling S. Andersen, BI Norwegian School of Management  
    • This concept is in the advanced course supplemented by concepts on managing the project-oriented company offered by professor Roland Gareis, Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien
    • Research articles are included in the mandatory literature
    • The interactive computer simulation software SimulTrain is applied
    • Half of the courses are held in Danish, the other half in English
  • Courses:
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    • Basic Courses:
      • Health: Project and Programme Management
      • Humanities: Project Management for Humanities
      • Science: Project Management for Science
      • Social Science: Project Management
      • Social Science: Project Management and the Consultant Role
      • Social Science and Humanities: Project Management
      • Social Science and Technique: Project Management
    • Advanced Course:
      • Managing the Project-oriented Organization

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Post-graduate Education

Post-graduate course “The Role of the Project Manager”

  • Content:
    • Project Management
  • Target group:
    • Project managers (0-3 years of project management experience)
    • Both the public and the private sector
  • Graduates:
    • app. 55 per year
  • Duration:
    • 1 quarter, 6 days, 5 ECTS
  • Features:
    • Theories, models and methods are based on the concept of project management in an organizational perspective offered by professor Erling S. Andersen, BI Norwegian School of Management  
    • The interactive computer simulation software SimulTrain is applied
    • Held in Danish
    • Practice-related discussions

Professional Master “Quality Management in the Health and Social Sectors”

  • Content:
    • Project Management
  • Target group:
    • Employees in the Health and Social Sectors
  • Graduates:
    • app. 30 per year
  • Duration:
    • 1 semester, 30 lessons, 4 ECTS
  • Features:
    • Theories, models and methods are based on the concept of project management in an organizational perspective offered by professor Erling S. Andersen, BI Norwegian School of Management
    • Research articles are included in the mandatory literature
    • Held in Danish
    • Practice-related discussions
  • Course:
    • Project Work and Project Management
  • Further information: www.sdu.dk/sam/projektledelse

Professional Master “Project Management”

  • Content:
    • Project Management
    • Change Management
    • Programme Management
    • Portfolio Management
    • Managing the Project-oriented Organization
  • Target group:
    • Experienced Project Managers
    • Heads of Project Management Offices
    • Programme Managers
    • Portfolio Managers
    • Heads of Project-oriented Units or Organizations
  • Graduates:
    • app. 20 per year
  • Duration:
    • 4 semesters, 270 lessons, 30 ECTS
  • Features:
    • Theories, models and methods are based on the concept of project management in an organizational perspective offered by professor Erling S. Andersen, BI Norwegian School of Management and concepts related to managing programmes, portfolios, and the project-oriented company offered by professor Roland Gareis, Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien
    • Research articles are included in the mandatory literature
    • The interactive computer simulation software SimulTrain is applied
    • Mostly held in Danish or Norwegian, the rest in English
    • Practice-related discussions
  • Courses:
    • Project Management in an Organizational Perspective
    • Economic Understanding and Uncertainty Management
    • The Extended Toolbox
    • Leading the Project Team and Stakeholder Management
    • Change Management, Programme Management, and Portfolio Management
    • Managing the Project-oriented Organization
    • Winter University

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Research Projects and/or Programmes

Research

  • Research focus:
    • Project Stakeholder Management
    • Managing of the Project-oriented Organization
    • Competence Development in the Project-oriented Organization
    • Resource Allocation in Multiproject Settings
    • Managing Research Projects
  • Research approach:
    • Various theories
    • Qualitative Social Research
  • Theses:
    • Approx. 2 master dissertations per year

 Research project “Value of Project Management”

  • Start date:
    • 2005
  • End date:
    • 2008
  • Objectives:
    • Relevant literature on values of project management analysed
    • Research tools developed
    • 80 relevant companies selected 
    • 80 case studies conducted (5 in Denmark)
    • Data analysed
    • Results of the research presented and published
  • Cooperation partners:
    • Universities (35 international researchers)
    • Project-oriented companies
  • Project funds:
    • PMI
    • Cooperation partners
    • University of Southern Denmark

Research project “Project Stakeholder Management”

  • Start date:
    • 2005
  • End date:
    • 2008
  • Objectives:
    • Relevant literature on stakeholder management analysed
    • Longitudinal in-depth case studies conducted
    • Data analysed
    • Results of the research presented and published
  • Cooperation partner:
    • A Danish hospital
  • Project fund:
    • University of Southern Denmark

Research project “Certification of Project Managers”

  • Start date:
    • 2005
  • End date:
    • 2008
  • Objectives:
    • Data base on Danish IPMA-B and IPMA-C certified candidates established
    • Relevant literature in the area of certification analysed
    • Hypotheses developed
    • Interviews conducted
    • Data from data base and interviews analysed
    • Results of the research presented and published
  • Cooperation partners:
    • The Danish Project Management Association
    • IPMA-certified project managers
  • Project funds:
    • University of Southern Denmark

Research project “Knowledge Transfer between Project Managers”

  • Start date:
    • 2001
  • End date:
    • 2008
  • Objectives:
    • Relevant literature on knowledge transfer analysed
    • In-depth case study conducted
    • Relevant literature on PM standards analysed
    • Interviews of experts conducted
    • Data analysed
    • Results of the research presented and published
  • Cooperation partners:
    • Project-oriented company
    • Experts on PM standards
  • Project funds:
    • University of Southern Denmark

Ph.D. project Knowledge Management related to Innovation in Project-oriented Organizations

  • Start date:
    • January 2008
  • End date:
    • 31st December 2010
  • Description not available yet
  • Project fund:
    • University of Southern Denmark

Ph.D. project Resource Allocation in Project Portfolio Management

  • Start date:
    • April 2008
  • End date:
    • 31st March 2010
  • Description not available yet
  • Project fund:
    • University of Southern Denmark

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Contact Person

Pernille Eskerod
Project Management Unit
Department of Leadership and Strategy

Sdr. Stationsvej 28

DK - 4200 Slagelse

Denmark

Tel.: +45 6550 4154
E-mail: pernille@sam.sdu.dk

Further information: http://www.sdu.dk/sam/projektledelse


 

 
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