This is an advanced course that applies the knowledge and skills learned in the prerequisite courses to a complex program. The planning, monitoring and controlling, and project close process groups are explored using case analyses of program and project plans. Learning is based on reading case material and the practical application of project management tools and techniques. Students receive hands on simulation experiences in planning and running subprojects, and work in Project Management Office (PMO) roles. Students develop a workable change management system, exercise project integration and communication skills, and demonstrate the ability to keep an overall program on track. They also demonstrate decision making skills, with emphasis on making tradeoffs based on solid business rationale. This course is on the Project Management Institute's (PMI) certification track. Recommended prerequisites: ICT 4100, ICT 4110.