VAMK, University of Applied Sciences
Curricula

IPM

IPM

2016-2017               General Competencies          
Starting time 2016 autumn               Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 Y5


Organisational and societal competence


- knows the socio-economic interdependence of the organisations in one’s subject field
- knows the possibilities of societal influencing for the development of one’s field
- knows the basic principles of organisational management and leadership and has abilities for supervision tasks
- knows the methods of working life and is able to operate in work communities
- is able to plan and organise activities
Y6


Internationalisation competence


- possesses spoken and written communicative competence at least in one foreign language necessary for one’s work and for professional development
- understands cultural differences and is able to work together with people coming from different cultural backgrounds
- is able to use international sources of information of his/her own field
- understands the effects and opportunities of internationalisation in one’s own field
IY1


Mathematical and scientific competence


Masters a logico-mathematical approach to solving technical
problems.
Is familiar with mathematical principles, methods and tools
Masters the general principles of physics and
sustainable development that are relevant in the applications
of the field
IPM1



Technical competences are needed to initiate and start, to manage the execution of, and to close a project.
Technical competence elements are:
Project management success, Time and project phases, Interested parties, Resources, Project requirements and objectives, Cost and finance, Risk and opportunity, Procurement and contract, Quality, Changes, Project organisation, Control and reports, Teamwork, Information & documentation, Problem resolution, Communication, Project structures, Start-up, Scope and deliverables, and Close-out.
IPM2



Behavioural Competences consist of effective behaviours in specific project situations. The importance of behavioural competence elements can and will differ depending on the situation. These behavioural competencies are:
Leadership, Efficiency, Engagement and motivation, Consultation, Self-control, Negotiation, Assertiveness, Conflict and crisis, Relaxation, Reliability, Openness, Values appreciation, Creativity, Ethics, and Results orientation.
IPM3



Understands project, programme and portfolio concepts and the linkage between these concepts and the organisation or organisations that are involved in the project in a specific project situation.
Contextual Competence Elements are:
Project orientation, Programme orientation, Portfolio orientation, Project, programme and portfolio implementation, Permanent organisation, Business, Systems, products and technology, Personnel management, Finance, Legal, and Health, security, safety and environment.
               
  Project Management, 60 cr, part-time               Itsensä kehittäminen Eettinen osaaminen                
  Selection code for the year theme ---> IPM

         Cr                               
  Study year --> 1. 2.                                      
  Semester --> A S A S   Tot.                                      
    15 18 2 25   60                                      
  Stream/Study module                                                  
IPM1000 ADVANCED PROFESSIONAL STUDIES 15 10 0 0   25                                      
IPM1001 Strategic Project Management 5               x x x   x


Internationalisation competence


- possesses spoken and written communicative competence at least in one foreign language necessary for one’s work and for professional development
- understands cultural differences and is able to work together with people coming from different cultural backgrounds
- is able to use international sources of information of his/her own field
- understands the effects and opportunities of internationalisation in one’s own field
      x



Understands project, programme and portfolio concepts and the linkage between these concepts and the organisation or organisations that are involved in the project in a specific project situation.
Contextual Competence Elements are:
Project orientation, Programme orientation, Portfolio orientation, Project, programme and portfolio implementation, Permanent organisation, Business, Systems, products and technology, Personnel management, Finance, Legal, and Health, security, safety and environment.
               
IPM1002 Project Finance and Legal Environment 5               x x x x


Organisational and societal competence


- knows the socio-economic interdependence of the organisations in one’s subject field
- knows the possibilities of societal influencing for the development of one’s field
- knows the basic principles of organisational management and leadership and has abilities for supervision tasks
- knows the methods of working life and is able to operate in work communities
- is able to plan and organise activities
    x



Technical competences are needed to initiate and start, to manage the execution of, and to close a project.
Technical competence elements are:
Project management success, Time and project phases, Interested parties, Resources, Project requirements and objectives, Cost and finance, Risk and opportunity, Procurement and contract, Quality, Changes, Project organisation, Control and reports, Teamwork, Information & documentation, Problem resolution, Communication, Project structures, Start-up, Scope and deliverables, and Close-out.
  x



Understands project, programme and portfolio concepts and the linkage between these concepts and the organisation or organisations that are involved in the project in a specific project situation.
Contextual Competence Elements are:
Project orientation, Programme orientation, Portfolio orientation, Project, programme and portfolio implementation, Permanent organisation, Business, Systems, products and technology, Personnel management, Finance, Legal, and Health, security, safety and environment.
               
IPM1003 Project Planning 5                 x x       x



Technical competences are needed to initiate and start, to manage the execution of, and to close a project.
Technical competence elements are:
Project management success, Time and project phases, Interested parties, Resources, Project requirements and objectives, Cost and finance, Risk and opportunity, Procurement and contract, Quality, Changes, Project organisation, Control and reports, Teamwork, Information & documentation, Problem resolution, Communication, Project structures, Start-up, Scope and deliverables, and Close-out.
                   
IPM1004 Leadership in Global Projects   5             x x x x


Organisational and societal competence


- knows the socio-economic interdependence of the organisations in one’s subject field
- knows the possibilities of societal influencing for the development of one’s field
- knows the basic principles of organisational management and leadership and has abilities for supervision tasks
- knows the methods of working life and is able to operate in work communities
- is able to plan and organise activities
x


Internationalisation competence


- possesses spoken and written communicative competence at least in one foreign language necessary for one’s work and for professional development
- understands cultural differences and is able to work together with people coming from different cultural backgrounds
- is able to use international sources of information of his/her own field
- understands the effects and opportunities of internationalisation in one’s own field
    x



Behavioural Competences consist of effective behaviours in specific project situations. The importance of behavioural competence elements can and will differ depending on the situation. These behavioural competencies are:
Leadership, Efficiency, Engagement and motivation, Consultation, Self-control, Negotiation, Assertiveness, Conflict and crisis, Relaxation, Reliability, Openness, Values appreciation, Creativity, Ethics, and Results orientation.
x



Understands project, programme and portfolio concepts and the linkage between these concepts and the organisation or organisations that are involved in the project in a specific project situation.
Contextual Competence Elements are:
Project orientation, Programme orientation, Portfolio orientation, Project, programme and portfolio implementation, Permanent organisation, Business, Systems, products and technology, Personnel management, Finance, Legal, and Health, security, safety and environment.
               
IPM1005 Project Control and Monitoring   5               x x       x



Technical competences are needed to initiate and start, to manage the execution of, and to close a project.
Technical competence elements are:
Project management success, Time and project phases, Interested parties, Resources, Project requirements and objectives, Cost and finance, Risk and opportunity, Procurement and contract, Quality, Changes, Project organisation, Control and reports, Teamwork, Information & documentation, Problem resolution, Communication, Project structures, Start-up, Scope and deliverables, and Close-out.
x



Behavioural Competences consist of effective behaviours in specific project situations. The importance of behavioural competence elements can and will differ depending on the situation. These behavioural competencies are:
Leadership, Efficiency, Engagement and motivation, Consultation, Self-control, Negotiation, Assertiveness, Conflict and crisis, Relaxation, Reliability, Openness, Values appreciation, Creativity, Ethics, and Results orientation.
                 
IPM2000 OPTIONAL STUDIES 0 5 0 0   5                                      
IPM2001 Professional Qualification in Project Management   5           x x x         x



Technical competences are needed to initiate and start, to manage the execution of, and to close a project.
Technical competence elements are:
Project management success, Time and project phases, Interested parties, Resources, Project requirements and objectives, Cost and finance, Risk and opportunity, Procurement and contract, Quality, Changes, Project organisation, Control and reports, Teamwork, Information & documentation, Problem resolution, Communication, Project structures, Start-up, Scope and deliverables, and Close-out.
x



Behavioural Competences consist of effective behaviours in specific project situations. The importance of behavioural competence elements can and will differ depending on the situation. These behavioural competencies are:
Leadership, Efficiency, Engagement and motivation, Consultation, Self-control, Negotiation, Assertiveness, Conflict and crisis, Relaxation, Reliability, Openness, Values appreciation, Creativity, Ethics, and Results orientation.
x



Understands project, programme and portfolio concepts and the linkage between these concepts and the organisation or organisations that are involved in the project in a specific project situation.
Contextual Competence Elements are:
Project orientation, Programme orientation, Portfolio orientation, Project, programme and portfolio implementation, Permanent organisation, Business, Systems, products and technology, Personnel management, Finance, Legal, and Health, security, safety and environment.
               
TLYS1101 International Marketing   5             x x x   x


Internationalisation competence


- possesses spoken and written communicative competence at least in one foreign language necessary for one’s work and for professional development
- understands cultural differences and is able to work together with people coming from different cultural backgrounds
- is able to use international sources of information of his/her own field
- understands the effects and opportunities of internationalisation in one’s own field
                       
IPM3000 THESIS 0 3 2 25   30   x x x x       x



Technical competences are needed to initiate and start, to manage the execution of, and to close a project.
Technical competence elements are:
Project management success, Time and project phases, Interested parties, Resources, Project requirements and objectives, Cost and finance, Risk and opportunity, Procurement and contract, Quality, Changes, Project organisation, Control and reports, Teamwork, Information & documentation, Problem resolution, Communication, Project structures, Start-up, Scope and deliverables, and Close-out.
x



Behavioural Competences consist of effective behaviours in specific project situations. The importance of behavioural competence elements can and will differ depending on the situation. These behavioural competencies are:
Leadership, Efficiency, Engagement and motivation, Consultation, Self-control, Negotiation, Assertiveness, Conflict and crisis, Relaxation, Reliability, Openness, Values appreciation, Creativity, Ethics, and Results orientation.
x



Understands project, programme and portfolio concepts and the linkage between these concepts and the organisation or organisations that are involved in the project in a specific project situation.
Contextual Competence Elements are:
Project orientation, Programme orientation, Portfolio orientation, Project, programme and portfolio implementation, Permanent organisation, Business, Systems, products and technology, Personnel management, Finance, Legal, and Health, security, safety and environment.
               

 

Curricula description
 
Degree program
IPM  
 
Annual Themes
 
Competencies
Y5  Organisational and societal competence
- knows the socio-economic interdependence of the organisations in one’s subject field
- knows the possibilities of societal influencing for the development of one’s field
- knows the basic principles of organisational management and leadership and has abilities for supervision tasks
- knows the methods of working life and is able to operate in work communities
- is able to plan and organise activities
Y6  Internationalisation competence
- possesses spoken and written communicative competence at least in one foreign language necessary for one’s work and for professional development
- understands cultural differences and is able to work together with people coming from different cultural backgrounds
- is able to use international sources of information of his/her own field
- understands the effects and opportunities of internationalisation in one’s own field
IY1  Mathematical and scientific competence
Masters a logico-mathematical approach to solving technical
problems.
Is familiar with mathematical principles, methods and tools
Masters the general principles of physics and
sustainable development that are relevant in the applications
of the field
IPM1  
Technical competences are needed to initiate and start, to manage the execution of, and to close a project.
Technical competence elements are:
Project management success, Time and project phases, Interested parties, Resources, Project requirements and objectives, Cost and finance, Risk and opportunity, Procurement and contract, Quality, Changes, Project organisation, Control and reports, Teamwork, Information & documentation, Problem resolution, Communication, Project structures, Start-up, Scope and deliverables, and Close-out.
IPM2  
Behavioural Competences consist of effective behaviours in specific project situations. The importance of behavioural competence elements can and will differ depending on the situation. These behavioural competencies are:
Leadership, Efficiency, Engagement and motivation, Consultation, Self-control, Negotiation, Assertiveness, Conflict and crisis, Relaxation, Reliability, Openness, Values appreciation, Creativity, Ethics, and Results orientation.
IPM3  
Understands project, programme and portfolio concepts and the linkage between these concepts and the organisation or organisations that are involved in the project in a specific project situation.
Contextual Competence Elements are:
Project orientation, Programme orientation, Portfolio orientation, Project, programme and portfolio implementation, Permanent organisation, Business, Systems, products and technology, Personnel management, Finance, Legal, and Health, security, safety and environment.

Curricula updated: 2016-09-30 14:10:00   Version: 2017-11-21 08:25:25