Engineering Economics CETC 11132 Credits
Introduces the applications of the mathematics of finance used in engineering decision making by utilizing criteria employed in selecting the best alternative, making short-term and long-term decisions, determining which engineering projects should have a higher priority, comparing different ways to finance purchases and project, quantitatively assessing the costs of completing capital projects.
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