NH_Math_2320cd

NH_Math_2320cd - Page 1 of 2 MATH 2320 Student Course...

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Page 1 of 2 File Path: C:\Documents and Settings\jtravis\My Documents\Student Course Packets\Course Docs for other classes\MATH_2320_CD.DOC Master Printed: 1/11/07 Revised: 12/18/03 MATH 2320 Student Course Document 1. Course Title: Differential Equations 2. Prerequisite: Calculus I and Calculus II (MATH 2414). A strong knowledge of the techniques of integration is essential. ENGL 0305 or 0316 (developmental reading) or placement by testing Corequisite: ENGL 0307 or 0326 (developmental writing) or placement by testing 3. Credit: Three (3) semester hours 4. Materials Needed: Textbook: A First Course In Differential Equations with Modeling Applications , 8 th edition, by Dennis G. Zill. Workbook: A First Course In Differential Equations with Modeling Applications (Stud Sol Man) , 8 th edition, by Dennis G. Zill. 5. Purpose: To gain a basic knowledge of the theory, methods, and applications of differential equations. Such knowledge is extremely important in science and engineering. 6. Major Course Objectives: 6.1 To develop skill in solving first-order and simple higher order ordinary differential equations 6.2 To find solutions of linear differential equations by using the method of undetermined
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