SIE 265 Syllabus - SIE265 - Engineering Management I Spring...

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SIE265 - Engineering Management I Spring 2012 Instructor: Michael J. Arnold Office: Engineering 107 Phone: 626-1533 Email: mjarnold@d2l.arizona.edu Office Hours: MWF 10AM – 12PM or by appointment. Teaching Assistant : Ryan Crompton Office: Engineering Room 129 Email: rwc@email.arizona.edu Office Hours : 11 AM – 12 PM TR Designation: Required course in Systems Engineering, Industrial Engineering, and Engineering Management. Description: Engineering Management I (3 units): Methods and modern techniques of engineering management analysis for financial decision making. Development of income, cash flow, and balance sheet statements. Topics include Time value of money, valuation techniques, replacement analysis, and project acceptance criteria. Prerequisites: ENGR 102 and MATH 129. Students are expected to be reasonably proficient with Microsoft Excel. Reference: Contemporary Engineering Economics, 4th Edition , by Chan S. Park. Note that 3
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2012 for the course ENGR 265 taught by Professor Arnold during the Spring '09 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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SIE 265 Syllabus - SIE265 - Engineering Management I Spring...

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