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Undergraduate Record 2007-2008 
Undergraduate Record 2007-2008 [ARCHIVED RECORD]

CE 441 - Construction Engineering and Economics

Legal and commercial aspects of the relation between owner, engineer, architect, and contractor.  Salient features of labor law affecting the construction industry.  Job planning and scheduling construction stages and operations.  Depreciation, replacements, comparison of alternate proposals, and calculation of prospective rate of return.  Design of material handling facilities and theoretical analysis of construction equipment performance.  SEAS student cannot receive degree credit for both CE 441 and ARCH 534.  (Y)   

Prerequisites & Notes
Prerequisite:  Civil Engineering major.

Credits: 3