ECOR 3800 [0.5 credit] Engineering Economics
Introduction to engineering economics; cash flow calculations; methods of comparison of alternatives; structural analysis; replacement analysis; public projects; depreciation and income tax; effects of inflation; sensitivity analysis; break-even analysis; decision making under risk and uncertainty.
Lectures three hours a week.
...COMP 3800 (no longer offered), or MATH 3800...ECON 4707 , ECON 4713 , ECOR 2606 , GEOG 2006...
...Major in Economics who have successfully completed ECOR 3800 and SYSC 3200 while registered in...