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AE 466 - Project Management for Electrical Engineers

3 lecture hours 0 lab hours 3 credits
Course Description
A study of methods and operations of an electrical design project from the perspective of the electrical engineer. Topics to include state and national electrical code requirements, electrical safety as they apply to electrical construction. (prereq: senior standing, AE 463 )
Course Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
• Understand the meaning of contract documents such as Electrical Specifications and Drawings
• understand the value of implementing a safety program in an electrical construction project environment
• Understand the following portions of the electrical construction process:
• Pre-Construction
• Planning for Construction
• Construction Scheduling
• Construction Operations
• Value Engineering
• Understand the following portions of the post electrical construction process:
• Payment
• Changes/Extra Work
• Claims & Disputes
• Project Closeout
• The student shall demonstrate course fundamentals by the completion of an Electrical Scheduling Project
Prerequisites by Topic
• Experience in CM (CM-3011, AE-225)
• AE/Autocad proficiency (AE-1311, AE-3641)
Course Topics
• General Wiring (2 classes)
• Raceway & Box Sizing (2 classes)
• Outlets, Lighting and Heating (2 classes)
• Grounding and Bonding (3 classes)
• Over Current Protection (3 classes)
• Motor Circuit Wiring (3 classes)
• Transformers (2 classes)
• Emergency and Alternate Power (2 classes)
• Healthcare (2 classes)
• Presentations (3 classes)
• Exams & Review (3 classes)
• Industrial and Commercial (3 classes)
Coordinator
Dudley Outcalt



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