IE 305 Syllabus S10

IE 305 Syllabus S10 - IE 305 Engineering Economic Analysis...

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IE 305 Engineering Economic Analysis (Required) Spring 2010 Course Description Engineering Economic Analysis. (3-0) Cr. 3. F.S.SS. Economic analysis of engineering decisions under uncertainty. Financial engineering basics including time value of money, cash flow estimation, and asset evaluation. Comparison of project alternatives accounting for taxation, depreciation, inflation, and risk. Prerequisite Math 166 Instructor Name: Dave Sly, PE, MBA, PhD Email: davesly@iastate.edu Phone: 296-3120 Office: 3031 Black Engineering Office Hours: MWF 11-11:45am and 4-5pm or by appt. Textbook Contemporary Engineering Economics 4 th Edition , by Chan Park, Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006. ISBN: 0-13-187628-7 Course Objectives Upon successfully completing this course, students will: 1. Understand the role of engineers in business. 2. Be able to apply the principle of the time value of money in business and personal economic decisions. 3. Be able to compare alternative projects on the basis of equivalence methods and rate of return analysis. 4. Be able to develop after-tax cash flows for a project.
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