The course will be arranged during Periods III-IV with two different versions (3 and 5 credits).
The 3 credits version is aimed at students with a minor in industrial management, as well as all other students generally interested in project business.
The number of participants in the 5 credits version is limited, and therefore priority is given to students majoring in industrial management and to students who have included the course in their mandatory curriculum (extended minor or similar), or are from department of civil and structural engineering (e.g. construction management and economics). Consequently, special application to this course version is required. The application procedure as well as other practicalities related to the 5 credits version are explained during the first lecture on Wednesday, 15th of January.
Please refer to the course syllabus for more information about the work load and prerequisites for both course versions.
If you are interested in taking the course, please register to the course and lectures (Period III) by using WebOodi. The registration in WebOodi is mandatory as it enables the course staff to manage course practicalities.
Note that you should only sign up for the workshops arranged in Period IV in Weboodi if you are given permission to attend the 5 cr version.
All essential information associated with the course will be available on this MyCourse page. It is advisable to turn on email notifications from this course in order to receive the latest updates and possible schedule changes in real time.
Welcome to the course!
Jere Lehtinen, M.Sc (Tech.) (jere.j.lehtinen[at]aalto.fi)
Prof. Karlos Artto (karlos.artto[at]aalto.fi)
Tero Haahtela, M.Sc (Tech.), M.Sc (Econ.) (tero.haahtela[at]aalto.fi)
Tom Olsson, M.Sc (Tech.) (tom.olsson[at]aalto.fi)
Satu Rekonen, D.Sc (Tech.) (satu.rekonen[at]aalto.fi)
The first lecture will be held in hall TU7 on Wednesday 15th of January at 14:15 - 17:00.
It is highly recommended to join the first lecture, as the groups for the group assignment will be formed and the group assignment given at the end of the lecture.
For further information please first refer to contents found on these MyCourses pages, and in problematic situations do not hesitate to contact the course staff.