This course is meant to provide the practicing engineer with the financial knowledge and skills required for the economic analysis of business situations; more specifically the costs and benefits of alternative solutions to technical problems. This course covers the syllabus material for the CCPE Engineering Economics exam.
- No prerequisites are required for this course.
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Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to:
- Interpret and perform basic analysis of financial statements.
- Analyze and apply the various cost classifications used in economic analysis.
- Perform time value of money calculations including loan amortization, effective interest rate calculations and the valuation of stocks and bonds.
- Perform capital budgeting analyses using present value, future value, equivalent annual worth and rate of return approaches.
- Incorporate depreciation (CCA), income taxes and inflation into the capital budgeting analyses.
- Perform capital budgeting analyses in special cases such as replacements and public projects.
- Incorporate uncertainty into capital budgeting analyses by such means as sensitivity, break-even and risk analysis.
Effective as of Winter 2015
Engineering Economics (FMGT 8295) is offered as a part of the following programs:
School of Energy
Bachelor of Technology Part-time
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