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Unformatted text preview: ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS COURSES OFFERED TO FRESHMEN & SOPHOMORES! A sequence of mathematics courses has been developed for students interested in pursuing degrees in engineering. The sequence will cover important areas of engineering mathematics, such as multivariable calculus, linear algebra, ordinary and partial differential equations, numerical methods, probability and statistics, and will emphasize engineering applications and computation using MATLAB. The intent is a) to introduce freshmen and sophomores to the relevant mathematics and computational tools early in their college career, b) to excite their interest in the engineering disciplines and provide early exposure to the engineering faculty and the use of computation in solving real engineering problems. The sequence consisting of CME100 (cross-listed as ENGR154) Vector Calculus for Engineers, CME102 (ENGR155A) Ordinary Differential Equations for Engineers, CME104 (ENGR155B) Linear Algebra and Partial Differential Equations for Engineers, and CME106 (ENGR155C) Introduction to Probability and...
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