IDE 399 Engineering Economics & Project Management

This course instructs engineering students in the major concepts and techniques of engineering economic analysis and project management to excel in project execution within multi-stakeholder environments. This course is problem-based and will integrate mathematical economic analysis with choosing the most advantageous project path while balancing competing constraints. Engineering economics topics include time value of money, internal rate of return, cost/benefit analysis, among other topics on the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam. Engineering project management topics include methods for planning, evaluating, monitoring, and implementing for effective project execution. Topics will also address communicating, motivating, leading and managing conflict among team members.




Juniors - Completed or In Progress at least 60 Units


School of Engineering and Science


Fall Semester Spring Semester