Applied Mathematics and Statistics Minor

16 Credits

  • Math 240 -  Calculus 3
  • Math 310 - Differential Equations
  • Math 311 - Linear Algebra
  • ENGR 325 - Numerical Analysis Techniques for Engineers
  • Statistics Course (MATH 210, MATH 301, or ENGR 311)

 

Applied Mathematics and Statistics Minor
MATH 240 Calculus III
Course ID
MATH 240
Credit Hours
4

Solid analytic geometry; partial derivatives; multiple integrals. PR: MATH 230.

MATH 310 Differential Equations
Course ID
MATH 310
Credit Hours
3

Equations of order one; linear differential equations; nonhomogeneous equations; variation of parameters; differential operations; Laplace transformation; nonlinear equations; power series methods; applications. PR: MATH 230. Spring.

MATH 311 Linear Algebra
Course ID
MATH 311
Credit Hours
3

Systems of linear equations, matrices and determinants; vector spaces; linear transformations; inner and outer products; eigenvalues and canonical forms. PR: MATH 230.

ENGR 325 Numerical Analysis Techniques for Engineers
Course ID
ENGR 325
Credit Hours
3

This course is an introduction to the numerical analysis. The primary objective of the course is to develop the basic understanding of numerical algorithms and skills to implement algorithms to solve mathematical and engineering problems on the computer.