Engineers often make decisions where different factors have to be weighed before taking a decision. The multi-criteria decision problems and tools are not part of the undergraduate curriculum of Rajasthan Technical University at present, though engineers are faced with such decisions in their day-to-day working. This paper reviews the Analytic Hierarchy Process, a simple and easy to use tool for dealing with multi-criteria decision situations. The paper argues that a knowledge of AHP will be useful for undergraduate engineering students. In view of the possible reluctance of students to devote their time for noncurricular learning, the paper proposes solving of a specific problem faced by students as a means of educating them in use of AHP.