ES 21(2018)-C ENGINEERING ECONOMICS

Course Description: Concept of the time value of money and equivalence, basic economy study methods; decisions under certainty, decisions recognizing risks, decisions admitting uncertainty.  

ES 21(2018)-C (LEC) Engineering Economics

1ST Semester, Academic Year 2022-2023

Pre-requisite: None Course Credit: 3 units lecture   Degree: BS Civil Engineering Course Requirements:
  1. Reaction paper, portfolio, etc.
  2. Grading System
  • 50.0% from Prelim/Midterm/Final Exam
  • 25.0% from Assignments, Quizzes
  • 25.0% from Group or individual paper, presentation, portfolio
Silliman University Graduate OutcomesProgram Outcomes (PO)LEARNING OUTCOME (LO)
Creative Critical ThinkerPO-A: An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics and science to engineering subjects.1.      Solve problems involving interest and time value of money. 2.      Evaluate project alternatives by applying engineering economic principles and methods and select the most economically efficient one; and 3.      Deal with risk and uncertainty in project outcomes by applying the basic economic decision making concepts.
Transformative Christian WitnessPO-F: An ability to understand professional and ethical responsibility.4. Practice the value of honesty and responsibility in fulfilling assigned
Effective CommunicatorPO-G: An ability to effectively communicate in engineering jargon.5. Explain verbally or in writing the basic theories and principles of engineering economics and accounting. 6.      Explain clearly arid justify the solution to the word problems. 7.      Write clear, coherent, and organized solutions to problems.
Independent, Reflective Life Long LearnerPO-E: An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems.8.      Apply theoretical knowledge to real life problems and situations. 9.      Use the learned concepts and theories to solve related problems.
  STUDENT COURSE OUTPUTS:    
LEARNING OUTCOMEREQUIRED OUTPUTDUE DATE
  LO: 1,2,3,4,8,9,10,1 IQuizzesTo be given 6 times within the term.
LO: 1,2,3,4,8,9,10,11Mid-Term ExamWithin the mid-term week
  LO: 1,2,3,4,8,9,10,11Final ExamWithin the final exam week
    Suggested Learning Plan:
WeekCourse Outcome    Content/ Topics  Values IntegratedTeaching/ Learning Activities  Evaluation Tool
1–2CO1IntroductionIndustry, Integrity, IntelligenceVideo Presentation / Modular/pick-upOnline Quiz, Online Task, Presentation via internet
3-4CO1 CO2Money-Time Relationship and EquivalenceIndustry, Integrity, IntelligenceVideo Presentation / Modular/pick-upOnline Quiz, Online Task, Presentation via internet
5-10CO2DepreciationIndustry, Integrity, IntelligenceVideo Presentation / Modular/pick-upOnline Quiz, Online Task, Presentation via internet
11-14CO3Basic Economy Study MethodsIndustry, Integrity, IntelligenceVideo Presentation / Modular/pick-upOnline Quiz, Online Task, Presentation via internet
15-16CO4Decisions Under CertaintyIndustry, Integrity, IntelligenceVideo Presentation / Modular/pick-upOnline Quiz, Online Task, Presentation via internet
17-18CO4Decisions Recognizing RisksIndustry, Integrity, IntelligenceVideo Presentation / Modular/pick-upOnline Quiz, Online Task, Presentation via internet
 
Certified Edu · August 20, 2022

TEXTBOOK :

Sullivan, William G.’ Elin M. Wicks and James T. Luxhoj. Engineering, 12“ ed.’ Prentice Hall, Inc., 2002.

 

REFERENCES: ( List of books and other references in APA style).

Grant, Eugene L., et al., Principles of Engineering Economy, 8* ed. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1990.

 

 

Sta. Maria, Hipolito B., Engineering Economy, 3‘r ed, Philippine Copyright. 2007.

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  • 6 Lessons
  • 28 Topics