As part of self-directed learning week, you will need to select any project of your choosing and develop a detailed project schedule, displaying, precedence diagraming (FF, SF, FS, SS), milestones, and project life cycle.
The project schedule should include at least three major tasks (or subprojects) and have a depth of 2-3 layers, excluding the headbox where you state your project names.
You will first need to develop a work breakdown structure (WBS). Recall that the WBS is used as the foundation of any project planning work, including scheduling. Be sure to enter all WBS layers into your MS Project file. To learn how this is done, study one or more of the MS Project templates. You need to enter durations and predecessors of only the planning level tasks. The higher levels will be calculated and populated by the software automatically. Take the time to experiment with this feature.