Interior Architecture Project Management


Project management gives a competitive advantage to organizations or people seeking to maximize their management capability, by implementing different production, marketing and sales strategies. Today project management is an important tool for solving problems within a project.
The Interior Architecture Project Management specialization gives students the tools they need to manage, supervise and complete their projects using PMI methodologies and best market practices.

The specialization is designed for architecture and design professionals seeking to expand their knowledge of professional project management.

On completing the course students will have the skills and tools needed to manage a project successfully, from devising the concept until its delivery and conclusion. At the end of the certification program, they will possess the knowledge required to evaluate and prioritize within a project the successful management of the project’s scope, deadlines and costs, meet customer expectations, and organize multidisciplinary work teams while liaising with clients.

Basic project administration concepts
Concepts and strategies for best project management practices.
Project planning and integration
Explaining and analyzing the planning phases as the initial stages of a project. Analyzing and planning the limitations of a project in order to generate the proper approach to resolving any problems.
Time scales and budgeting
Breaking down and analyzing the main variables of a project and how these affect its results.
Sizing up the different parts of a project properly in order to bring it to a successful completion.
Project supervision and control
Understanding and applying procedures for the proper follow up of an interior project, from the planning stages until implementation.

Integral project development
Implementing project control tools (transferring knowledge acquired in other subjects during the previous semester).
Leadership, teamworking and communications management
Understanding leadership during a project, from its initial stages and until completion.
Assuming the role as agents of change within the organization.
Quality and risk management
Assuming the role as agents of change within the organization.
Understanding specific scopes of plans and the impact that risks and quality can have on the end result.

Honors degree* | Project portfolio | Letter of motivation | CV | Interview
* For CENTRO undergraduates, this specialization can count towards the degree requirements in lieu of a thesis.

January | Course length: 1 year (2 semesters) | Credits: 45 | Class schedule: Mondays and Wednesdays, 6.00pm-10.00pm.