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Engineering Differential Equations

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Course No: MATH.2360-001; SIS Class Nbr: 9149; SIS Term: 2930
Course Status: Registration Closed

Course Description

Introduction to differential equations with an emphasis on engineering applications. Topics include first-order equations, higher-order linear equations with constant coefficients, and systems of first-order equations. Applications of each topic are introduced and qualitative, analytical, and numerical solution techniques are studied. Laplace transform methods are discussed. The software package MATLAB is used throughout the course for both analytical and numerical calculations.

Prerequisites, Notes & Instructor

  • Prerequisites:
  • Special Notes: MA
  • Section Notes:
  • Core Codes: MATH, STEM, LDAY, CTPS, QL
  • Credits: 3; Contact Hours: 4
  • Instructor: Vidhu Prasad
  • Textbook Information

When Offered & Tuition

  • W | 6:30 PM-9:20 PM
  • Spring 2020: Jan 21 to May 09
  • Course Level: Undergraduate
  • Tuition: $1360
  • Note: There is a $30 per semester, nonrefundable registration fee for credit courses.

Related Programs: B.S. in Mathematics: Teacher Concentration, B.S. in Applied Mathematics, B.S. in Mathematics, B.S. in Mathematics: Statistics Concentration, B.A. in Mathematics

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