BSD Video Project Planning course
Project Management Planning Course
Jay A. Williams is a principal engineer at Power Delivery Consultants Inc. (Ballston Lake, New York), which he cofounded in 1992. Williams has been designing, overseeing the construction of, and commissioning high-voltage underground cable systems for more than 30 years. He has developed industry-accepted ampacity programs, and teaches cable ampacity and cable project planning courses. Williams was the technical editor for the 1992 EPRI authoring the ampacity chapter. Previously, Williams was the underground manager at PTI and was in charge of the underground transmission cable group at Consolidated Edison. He is a senior member of IEEE and is past chairman of the Insulated Conductors Committee's Insulation Systems Subcommittee.
Project Planning Courses - Scholarship Positions
The Management Information Systems/ Business college also had project planning courses that focused on time, budget and team management and required you to take some of the programming courses from the Computer Science college. This is very useful if you want to be a lead developer/ project manager, but not required. I would only got this route if you want to be a jack of all trades. You'll be spread pretty thin over the technologies and methodologies used in the corporate environment.