Systems Analysis & Economics for Civil Engineers
Introduction to decision making techniques used in Civil and Environmental Engineering. Develop and solve mathematical models for optimizing engineering systems. Use basic economic concepts to make decisions between alternative engineering designs. Incorporate environmental sustainability and social issues into engineering decisions. Prerequisite: ENGIN 111 and MATH 132.
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