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The Business of Engineering SEE 300 (3)

Economic and entrepreneurial concepts important to engineers who manage projects, run businesses, or need to decide on the most efficient method for accomplishing a task. Topics include: financial accounting and metrics, economic equivalence, rates of return, depreciation, income taxes, project and cost-benefit analyses, capital budgeting, financing methods, risk and uncertainty, business plans. Prerequisite: A minimum of 75 units. Students with credit for ENSC 201, ENSC 311, ENSC 410, ENSC 411, or MSE 300 may not take this course for further credit.