Engineering Economics and Cost Analysis

Offered By: The Academic Council Of uLektz

Certified By:
The Academic Council of uLektz

40 hours of Learning Content

Maximum 1 months.

Learning Path

Linear : Sequential Order

Course Description
This course aims at providing the student with advanced concepts of engineering economic analysis and its role in engineering decision making. It is designed to offer the students the tools needed for rigorous presentation of the effect of the time value of money on engineering problem solving and the capacity to act with ethical and efficient professionalism. The tools introduced include present worth analysis, annual cash flow, rate of return, incremental analysis, future worth analysis, and payback period.

To learn about the basics of economics and cost analysis related to engineering so as to take economically sound decisions.

who this course is for
Engineering Graduates, Economists,Investment Bankers etc

Course Study Materials

Module 1: Introduction to Economics

  • 1.1 Introduction to Economics

  • 1.2 Concept of Engineering Economics

  • 1.3 Element of costs

  • 1.4 Break-even analysis - V ratio

  • 1.5 Elementary economic analysis

  • Introduction to Economics - Assessment

    10 Questions

Module 2: Value Engineering

  • 2.1 Make or buy decision

  • 2.2 Time value of money

  • 2.3 Equal payment series capital recovery factor

  • Value Engineering - Assessment

    10 Questions

Module 3: Cash Flow

  • 3.1 Methods of comparison of alternatives

  • 3.2 Annual equivalent method

  • 3.3 Rate of return method

  • Cash Flow - Assessment

    10 Questions

Module 4: Replacement and Maintenance analysis

  • 4.1 Replacement and Maintenance analysis - Introduction

  • 4.2 Determination of economic life of an asset

  • 4.3 Replacement of an asset with a new asset

  • Replacement and Maintenance analysis - Assessment

    10 Questions

Module 5: Depreciation

  • 5.1 Depreciation - Introduction

  • 5.2 Evaluation of public alternatives- Introduction

  • 5.3 Inflation adjusted decisions

  • 5.4 Examples on comparison of alternatives and determination of economic life of asset

  • Depreciation - Assessment

    10 Questions

Final Assessment

  • Final Assessment

    20 Questions


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  • Students are required to take online assessments with eProctoring.
  • Students will be assessed both at the end of each module and at the end of the Course.
  • Students scoring a minimum of 50% in the assessments are considered for Certifications
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Registration opens on 04-02-2019


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Course starts on 11-02-2020


You have completed 6 hours of learning for 12-07-2020. You can continue learning starting 13-07-2020.


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