C E 503 (Fall)
- Fundamental theories and applied methods for financial management of construction companies. Construction accounting, cash flow analysis, financial planning and management, and risk analysis. Case studies.
Con E 422 (Fall and Spring)
- ConE 422 is designed to introduce students to the complete estimating process and cost engineering issues during the life cycle of a construction project. It aims at enhancing students ability to organize estimates and apply various cost engineering principles and methods for successful cost management of a project. Students will be introduced to conceptual and detailed estimating, theory and practice of estimating materials, labor, equipment, and overhead costs for various types of construction, contingency estimating, estimating competencies, and ethics. The course also emphasizes profitability analysis, cost control, value engineering, and life cycle cost analysis.