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This course aims to provide the students' knowledge on how to apply the financial management skills and economic techniques in evaluating the cost of overall project. The role of engineering economics is to assess the appropriateness of a given project, estimates its value, and justify it from a technologist standpoint. At the end of the course, students will be able to identify and discuss issues and challenges faced by engineers relating to financial management in the current economic scenarios. The syllabus comprises scope management including project authorization, scope definition, personnel control, human resources management and finalization. Cost management including project costing, resource planning, budgeting and controlling financial completion are also emphasized. In addition, this course will also expose students to the time management including activity sequencing, duration estimating, scheduling, progress control, monitoring and forecasting.
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