Advanced project management requires an in-depth knowledge of finance and engineering economics. This comprehensive course is divided into three parts. Part I is the study of financial concepts and introduces record keeping, financial statements and the accounting equation. Part II is the financial analysis and time value of money and focuses on the traditional approaches of interest calculations, applications of time value of money and project analysis and justification. Part III is financial decision-making and looks at the decision-making tools that complement time value of money analysis like breakeven, ROI, IRR and NVP of cash flows. Lab fee required.
Prerequisite: MNA 1033.
Terms Offered: Offered as Needed
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