TE 566 - Finance for Engineering Mgmt

Course Description

Cornerstone financial concepts for engineering management to enable analysis of engineering projects from a financial perspective: income statements; the balance sheet; cash flow statements; corporate organization; the time value of money; net present value; discounted cash flow analysis; portfolio theory.

Additional Information

See below for an example of the course syllabus. Please note that the final course syllabus for each semester will be distributed to students enrolled in the course.

Course Syllabi

*Please note that this course counts towards the MENG Professional Development coursework.

Spring 2018 schedule

Finance for Engineering MgmtTE566A51370LCD1400 - 1550 R  218 Ceramics Building  Brian Lilly
Finance for Engineering MgmtTE566ONC68020ONL2 -     Brian Lilly
Finance for Engineering MgmtTE566ONL57710ONL2 -     Brian Lilly

Technology Entrepreneur Center

Engineering at Illinois

351 Coordinated Science Lab, MC-228
1308 W. Main Street
Urbana, IL 61801

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