Courses Catalogue

Project Planning & Management

COURSE CODE: PPM 7102
COURSE CREDIT UNIT: 4
ACADEMIC PROGRAMME: Master of arts in project planning and management
COLLEGE/SCHOOL/FACULTY: College of Humanities and Social Sciences
STATUS: Core
PROGRAMME TYPE: Postgraduate

Required Readings

  • Brown, M. (1998). Successful Project Management in a week. (2nded). London:Holder &Stonghton.
  • Burton, C and Norman, M. (1992).A practical guide to project management. London: Kogan Page 
  • Chandan, J. S. (1997). Management concepts and strategies. New Delhi: Vikas Publishing House 
  • Cathy, L. (2003). Mastering Project Management-key skills in ensuring profitability and successful projects
  • Cusworth, J. W. F. (1993). Managing projects in Developing countries
  • Gittinger, J. P. (1982). Economic analysis of Agricultural process, (2nded). Washington. 
  • Dennis ,A .R. (1983). Development Projects as policy experiments-an adaptive approach to development administration
  • Jack, R. M and Samuel, J. M. (2003).USA Project Management: Managerial Approach (5thed).
  • John, D. T. (1990).The Business of farming, (2nded).London
  • Lewis P. J. (1995). The project managers desk reference. A comprehensive guide to project planning, scheduling, Evaluation. McGraw-Hill USA
  • Maylor H. (1999). Project management, (2nded), Financial Times. London: Pitman Publishing 
  • Micheal, S.D. (2001). Guide Project Management for the Technical Professional
  • Ralph, L. K; Irwin, S. L. (1999).Tools and Tips for today‚Äôs Project Manager 
  • Robert, K .W., Robert, B, & David, B.C. (2000). Effective Project Management, (2nded).
  • Shlomo G.(1994). Project management, Engineering, Technology and implementation. International Inc. Prentice Hall.
  • Shrivastava, O. S. (1999). Economies of growth, development and planning
  • Young, T .(1998). Implementing projects. Sterling publishers
  • Valadez, J and Bamberger, M. (2000).Monitoring and evaluating social programs in developing countries. A hand book for managers and Researchers. Washington DC: World Bank, 
  • World Bank. (2004).Monitoring and evaluation: Some tools, methodologies and approaches. Washington DC, USA: World Bank.