This course covers a broad spectrum of mathematical techniques needed to solve advanced problems in engineering. Topics include linear algebra, the Laplace transform, ordinary differential equations, special functions, partial differential equations, and complex variables. Application of these topics to the solutions of physics and engineering problems is stressed. This course may be substituted for 615.441 Mathematical Methods for Physics and Engineering in the Applied Physics program.

Course prerequisites: 

Vector analysis and ordinary differential equations.

Course notes: 

This course may be substituted for 615.441 Mathematical Methods for Physics and Engineering in the Applied Physics program.

Course instructor: 
Nakos

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