Project Management (Summer School)

Academic Study Board of the Faculty of Engineering

Teaching language: English
EKA: T900006102
Censorship: Second examiner: Internal
Grading: 7-point grading scale
Offered in: Odense
Offered in: Summer school (spring)
Level: Bachelor of Engineering

Course ID: T900006101
ECTS value: 5

Date of Approval: 12-01-2023

Duration: Intensive course

Version: Archive

Course ID


Course Title

Project Management (Summer School)

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Responsible study board

Academic Study Board of the Faculty of Engineering

Date of Approval


Course Responsible

Name Email Department
Carsten Dittrich SDU Global Sustainable Production
Kim Lundblad Price TEK Uddannelse


Name Email Department City
Jeppe Foshammer SDU Global Sustainable Production
Miguel Malek Maalouf SDU Global Sustainable Production

Programme Secretary

Name Email Department City
Kim Lundblad Price TEK Uddannelse

Offered in



Bachelor of Engineering

Offered in

Summer school (spring)


Intensive course

Mandatory prerequisites

Students must have passed no less than 90 ECTS on their bachelor or bachelor of engineering programme. 

Overall learning objectives

By the end of the course the student should be able to:

  • formulate the project purpose and objectives 
  • structure the project in main course and effort areas 
  • work out a milestone plan 
  • conduct a stakeholder analysis 
  • conduct an uncertainty/risk analysis 
  • work out detail plans for the project 
  • plan the financial issues of the project 
  • establish procedures for following-up on the project progress (including performed work, time schedule, and budget) 
  • work out a quality assurance plan for the project 
  • make suggestions for the organizing of the project 

Learning objectives - Knowledge

  • Identify and implement the four aspects of a project: The technical, the organizational, the business and the political aspects 
  • Work in group and formulate all four aspects of the projects

Learning objectives - Skills

  • Assess the basis organization and a project organization in a company
  • Analyze a project and its elements 
  • Make the main plan of a project
  • Do detail planning and follow-up in Gantt, Network and PMS
  • Do the budgeting and follow up as a part of project management
  • Do project risk management 
  • Do successive calculation of the budget and schedule 

Learning objectives - Competences

  • Do planning and description of a project
  • Behave and act as a project manager 
  • Behave and act as a team player


The purpose of the course is to enable the student to analyze projects and project processes, and as a result, contribute to the accomplishment of the project. The aim is that the student builds up a substantial methodological competence so that he/she understands how he/she is able to promote a good accomplishment by applying appropriate methods and tools and applying appropriate behavior. 

The student will obtain insight into the project management discipline and its’ concepts and assumptions, and will be able to independently employ/utilize the knowledge obtained to work out a project mandate with matching analyses and plans, and also to be able to evaluate project descriptions, analyses and plans worked out by other people. Furthermore, the student will be able to independently follow-up on analyses and plans, and in the light of these provide proposals for an appropriate management effort.

The student will attain knowledge about how to guide a project or be an active member in a project in which more persons are involved in order to accomplish the abovementioned activities. Furthermore, the student will be able to employ this knowledge to make suggestions on how activities concerning project planning and following-up can be organized.

The student will attain knowledge on how a person’s behavior related to project management may have a hampering or a promoting effect on the accomplishment of the project, and will be able to independently apply this insight to (1) propose suggestions on his/her own, appropriate behavior in relation to the work on a single projects, and (2) be able to analyze and offer interpretations of the appropriateness of the behavior in project courses, where others are involved.

Competence in project management is in the course understood as a generic competence, which can be applied in all project types and in the private as well as the public sector. The student will, therefore, in principal become able to contribute to management of any project. Examples and cases will be drawn from projects relevant to the participants attending the course.

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Teaching Method

Teaching will be through lectures, tutorials, and hands-on learning.

Time of classes
2 weeks in August

Number of lessons

hours per week

Teaching language


Examination regulations

Exam regulations


Exam regulations

Examination is held

At the end of the course.








Examination conditions: 

The student must attendance minimum 80% of the classes. 

During the course there will a large case work. There will be formation of groups of students in the class and each group identify a project idea. The case work will be based on the project idea of each group and should be documented in a report and handed in on time, according to the lecture plan. It must be clear which student has written which part of the report. 


Final evaluation is based on the written report. 

Form of examination

Written exam


Second examiner: Internal


7-point grading scale


Student Identification Card - Date of birth



ECTS value


Additional exam information

The form of the reexamination is the same as the ordinary examination, apart from the attendance. 

Additional information

Enrollment is limited to 60 students.

If more applicants than places, applicants who meet the mandatory requirements are prioritised according to the below selection criteria:

  1. Undergraduate and graduate students from partner universities (exchange); international undergraduate and graduate guest students (fee-paying); undergraduate and graduate students from other Danish universities. 
  2. Ph.D students from partner universities and other international Ph.D. students; other applicants. 

Note: Students are prioritised on a first-come-first-served basis i.e. according to the time we receive your complete application. In case a course is filled up, we will try to offer you an alternative course from your list of priorities. All final decisions about admission will be sent out continually.

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