Both the on campus and distance sections of DNSC 6269, Project Management Application (Capstone), with Prof. Kwak were cancelled for the Fall 2016 term. The course will be offered in Spring 2017 semester. Email email@example.com with any questions or schedule an advisement session via www.meetme.so/gwmspm and include your GWid.
Top 3 for 10 Nov
Registration for spring 2016 classes began yesterday, 9 Nov. If you have not done so, register for spring classes to ensure a seat in the courses you need to graduate. Not sure which classes to take? Review your plan in DegreeMAP and/or schedule an advisement session with me.
Registration in DNSC 6269 PM Application is not available via GWeb. To register, complete and submit a Registration Transaction Form to my attention via email, fax, or in person (Duques 550). The professor’s signature is not required, but you will need to enter all details for the course per the Schedule of Classes. Incomplete forms will be returned. Those in the DE section are required to participate in the residency week in DC May 9-13.
•Tentative Summer 2016 Schedule
The summer 2016 schedule will be released by early March. The program plans to offer only electives this coming summer. The project management-focused elective offerings are:
- DNSC 6290 Project Governance, Dr. Ghosh, 1.5 credit hours, 16 May-25 Jun
- DNSC 6290 Project Management Methodologies, Dr. Khamooshi, 1.5 credit hours, 16 May-25 Jun
•Congratulations to 3 MSPM Students
Throughout the year, the MSPM program awards current students seats in PMP prep courses through the PMIWDC Chapter. We are proud to announce three new PMP certified students who completed the prep courses and passed the PMP exam in recent months:
- Durriyyah Johnson
- Rajni Vij
- Robert Endler
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Alumni roundtables will be held Monday, 9 Nov, from 6-8:30 p.m. in the City View Room at 1957 E St, NW. Register to attend this event and network with prominent GW alumni. Who knows, you may find your next employer at the event! Event begins with a cocktail reception followed by two roundtable discussions. Attire is business formal, strict dress code is fully enforced. Register to secure a limited number of seats.
•Check for Holds that May Prevent Registration
Be sure to remove any holds on your account that may prevent you from register for classes 9 Nov. Did you…
- Pay your student account balance?
- Submit you immunization records?
- Submit official transcripts?
- Take care of all official administrative business?
- Click on “Student Record and Registration” folder
- Next, click on “Student Records Information Menu”
- Finally, click on “View Administrative Holds”
•Spring 2016 Registration Opens 9 Nov
The spring 2016 schedule of classes is now available to help you plan for registration, which opens Monday, 9 Nov. Questions? Schedule an advisement session with Cambria Happ via www.meetme.so/gwmspm.
Registration in DNSC 6269 Project Management Application, the capstone, is not available via GWeb. See last week’s edition for instructions on how to register for DNSC 6269.
Two 3 credit hour project management electives scheduled for spring:
- DNSC 6234 Procurement & Contracting, on campus and online sections available
- DNSC 6290 Communication Strategies in Project Management, on campus and online sections available
Top 3 for 27 Oct
The spring 2016 schedule of classes is now available. Review the schedule and confirm your courses for spring 2016 using your plan in DegreeMAP. Questions? Schedule an advisement session with Cambria Happ via www.meetme.so/gwmspm. Registration begins Monday, 9 Nov, via GWeb.
•Spring Short-Term Study Away Programs, Apply by 1 Nov
Six elective courses available during spring break 2016 through Global & Experiential Education. Interested in studying in Florida, Denmark, or Mexico during spring break? 1.5 and 3 credit hour courses available. Applications due Sunday, 1 Nov. For more information or to apply online visit business.gwu.edu/global or firstname.lastname@example.org.
•Virginia Science and Technology Campus Library Now Open 24/7
Do you live in the Ashburn, VA area? If so, take advantage of the new VSTC Library hours. The library is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Use your GWorld card to tap into the library located in Enterprise Hall.
Per Dr. Khamooshi, those in the distance section of DNSC 6269 PM Applications (capstone) are required to participate in residency week to complete the course requirements. Residency week will begin on Tuesday, May 13, and run through Friday, May 16. The class will meet each day for a full day in the School of Business (2201 G St, NW).
As a reminder, the GWSB Specialized Masters Celebration will take place on Saturday evening, May 17, in Lisner Auditorium. The University Commencement is on Sunday morning, May 18, on the National Mall. For more details, visit https://commencement.gwu.edu/.
For those in the distance section of the fall 2013 capstone course, residency week is scheduled for December 9-13, 2013 with Prof Kwak. Details will be provided to all in the first several weeks of class, which begins the week of August 26, 2013. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Prof Kwak.