IEM 3503 - Engineering Economics Analysis (FA)

Prerequisite(s): MATH 2153. Development and use of time value of money models. Bases for comparison of alternatives, including present worth, annual worth, rate of return and payout period methods. Decision-making among independent, dependent, capital-constrained and unequal-life projects. Replacement, breakeven and minimum cost analyses. Depreciation and depletion methods and their effect on corporate income taxes, leading to after-tax cash flow analysis. Introduction to financial reports.

Fall Dates: 
Monday, August 21, 2017 to Friday, December 8, 2017
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Textbook Information:

White, J.A., K.S. Grasman, K.E. Case, K. LaScola Needy, D.B. Pratt, Fundamentals of Engineering Economic Analysis, 1st edition, John Wiley & Sons, 2014.

Any of the following formats is acceptable:
Loose Leaf, binder ready, ISBN = 978-1118633779, approx. $80
Hardcover, ISBN = 978-1118414705, approx. $120
There is also an e-book available 

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