Fundamentals Of Engineering Economics Chan S Park _VERIFIED_
Chan S. Park is currently a Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Auburn University. He received the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in industrial engineering from Purdue University and the Georgia Institute of Technology, respectively. Over his 25-year academic career, he has been actively involved in a variety of areas of research, teaching, and professional consulting. His work has been recognized internationally in the fields of engineering economics, strategic and economic decisions within service sectors, financial engineering (real options valuation), risk analysis, and capital budgeting. He also authored or coauthored leading textbooks on the related subjects, including Contemporary Engineering Economics (Prentice Hall), and Advanced Engineering Economics (John Wiley & Sons). He is the Editor-in-Chief of the journal The Engineering Economist and is a licensed Professional Engineer.
fundamentals of engineering economics chan s park
The 6th Edition helps students think like the 21st century engineer who is able to incorporate elements of science, engineering, design, and economics into his or her products. This text comprehensively integrates economic theory with principles of engineering, helping students build sound skills in financial project analysis.
As a leading authority on engineering economic systems, his work has been recognized internationally in the fields of engineering economics, energy economics, risk analysis, manufacturing and production economics, and financial engineering (real options valuation).
This course introduces fundamentals of environmental science & engineering as applied to water resource management and environmental problem solving. Topics include environmental regulation, toxicology, material balance, applications in environmental chemistry, hydrology, water quality management, water supply and treatment, and wastewater treatment and reuse. Topical discussions will address major sources and concerns in measurement, practice and underlying theory in the field of environmental engineering. The course also includes field trips to local water and wastewater treatment facilities to integrate theory with practice. Prerequisites: CHGN122, PHGN100. 3 hours lecture; 3 semester hours.