|Day & Time
633 Seeley W. Mudd Building
|Kevin J Riordan
|Method of Instruction
|Prerequisites: (IEOR E2261) and (CIEN E3129) or instructors permission. Introduction to financial mechanics of public and private real-estate development and management. Working from perspectives of developers, investors and taxpayers, financing of several types of real estate and infrastructure projects are covered. Basics of real-estate accounting and finance, followed by in-depth studies of private, public, and public/private-partnership projects and their financial structures. Focused on U.S.-based financing, with some international practices introduced and explored. Financial risks and rewards, and pertinent capital markets and their financing roles. Impacts and incentives of various government programs, such as LEED certification and solar power tax credits. Case studies provide opportunity to compare U.S. practices to several international methods.
|Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics
|62 students (65 max) as of 10:06AM Sunday, February 25, 2024
|School of Engineering and Applied Science: Graduate