Course

Course Summary
Credit Type:
Course
ACE Course Number:
KAPL-0001
Organization Course Number:
KAPL-0001
Organization:
Location:
Online
Length:
12 weeks (~10 hours/week = 120 hours total)
Dates Offered:
Credit Recommendation & Competencies
Level Credits (SH) Subject
Lower-Division Baccalaureate 4 project management
Description

Objective:

The course objective is to introduce Agile principles relevant to today's environments, focusing on identifying and applying the right methodology, processes, and tools to each respective Agile project. The learner will demonstrate their understanding of these principles by outlining the various roles within Agile teams, justifying their approach to each Agile project, as well as create a development plan for each role.

Learning Outcomes:

  • compare and contrast the differences between traditional project management and Agile project management
  • summarize what Agile is and what types of projects it is best suited for
  • create an Agile manifesto for your projects
  • determine and justify which Agile methodology is right for your projects
  • Analyze and outline the different Agile roles.
  • Create a development plan for Scrum Masters, Product Owners, and the Agile Team.
  • compare and contrast the differences between traditional project management and Agile project management
  • summarize what Agile is and what types of projects it is best suited for
  • create an Agile manifesto for your projects
  • determine and justify which Agile methodology is right for your projects
  • identify, compile, and demonstrate techniques to use Agile tools
  • identify, outline, and compile processes best suited for the different Agile roles, artifacts, and activities
  • analyze and outline the different Agile roles
  • identify, recommend, and justify the skills needed for each Agile role
  • create a development plan for Scrum Masters, Product Owners, and the Agile Team
  • Compare and contrast the differences between traditional project management and Agile project management.
  • Summarize what Agile is and what types of projects it is best suited for.
  • Create an Agile manifesto for your projects.
  • Determine and justify which Agile methodology is right for your projects.
  • Identify, compile, and demonstrate techniques to use Agile tools.
  • Identify, outline, and compile processes best suited for the different Agile roles, artifacts, and activities.
  • Identify, recommend, and justify the skills needed for each Agile role.

General Course Topics:

  • Establishing an Agile culture in your organization (generating support, developing training, determining how Agile would fit within and benefit the organization)
  • Applying Agile principles to projects (tools, processes, actions, etc.)
  • Understanding each of the Agile roles (compare and contrast)
Instruction & Assessment

Instructional Strategies:

  • Audio Visual Materials
  • Discussion
  • Lectures
  • Practical Exercises

Methods of Assessment:

  • Other
  • Quizzes
  • Written Papers
  • Assignments

Minimum Passing Score:

70%
Supplemental Materials