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CEIE 301: Engineering and Economic Models in Civil Engineering

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Applies planning, analysis, control, and engineering economic models to life cycle of physical infrastructure. Introduces infrastructure design process and application of quantitative and probabilistic models. Presents applications of model building for engineering economics; decision making; forecasting; resource scheduling and allocation; estimating; work measurement and materials; and quality and process control in water, transportation, environmental, energy, and telecommunications infrastructure systems and the built environment.

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Limited to 2 Attempts


Applies planning, analysis, control, and engineering economic models to life cycle of physical infrastructure. Introduces infrastructure design process and application of quantitative and probabilistic models. Presents applications of model building for engineering economics; decision making; forecasting; resource scheduling and allocation; estimating; work measurement and materials; and quality and process control in water, transportation, environmental, energy, and telecommunications infrastructure systems and the built environment.

When Offered: Fall, Spring

Hours of Lecture or Seminar per week: 3

Fulfills writing-intensive requirement for civil and infrastructure engineering major.

Equivalent to ME 352.

Credits: 3

Prerequisites:

Grade of C or better in STAT 344 and ENGH 302.

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