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IME314_Fall11_RegencyProjectGradingRubric

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Cal Poly IME 314 Regency Project Grading Rubric Fall 2011 Engineering Economics Ms. Karen Bangs Grading Rubric: Written Report “A” Report: o Is superior in four (A-), five (mid A), six (high A) of the areas below “B” Report: o Is superior in one (B-), two (mid-B), or three (high B) of the areas below “C” Report: o Contains all key aspects related to communicating the capital investment opportunity o Superior o Acceptable o Unacceptable Title page & Table of Contents Executive Summary Introduction and background of the project Assumptions Financial analysis with results clearly articulate Sensitivity analysis explained and results clearly articulated Recommendations and conclusions Appendix o Adequate financial analysis, insightful, accurate & easy to follow o Superior Acceptable o Acceptable
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Unformatted text preview: o Unacceptable o Sensitivity analysis appropriate for situation, clearly shows at what condition the recommended decision would be reversed o Superior o Acceptable o Unacceptable o Appropriate use and integration of visuals (figures, tables, graphs, exhibits) to support analysis o Superior o Acceptable o Unacceptable o Recommendations clearly stated with supporting data and analysis o Superior o Acceptable o Unacceptable o Clear, concise and organized writing. Presentation of report is of professional, work place quality o Superior o Acceptable o Unacceptable Page 1 of 2 Cal Poly IME 314 Regency Project Grading Rubric Fall 2011 Engineering Economics Ms. Karen Bangs “D” Report: o Is deficient in one (D+), two (D), or three (D-) of the areas above Page 2 of 2...
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