This article presents a summary of an audience-panel member open discussion session conducted at the 2010 ASEE Annual Conference in Louisville, Kentucky. The discussion centered around three topics: concepts and techniques to include in all undergraduate engineering economy courses;
current and future delivery systems most helpful in discipline-specific and service courses; and, some action items to move forward. After the conference, each panel member developed a brief statement on a related topic of his or her choice. Included in the article following the discussion
summary, the statements focus on several current engineering economy topics: how we teach and should teach engineering economy; use of spreadsheets and web-based materials in teaching; and, ABET guidelines concerning coverage of economic principles.
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Document Type: Research Article
Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas
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Publication date: July 1, 2011