COURSE  TITLE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  DEPARTMENT  CREDIT HOURS  
MA366  APPLIED ENGINEERING MATH  2020  2  Mathematical Sciences  4.5 (BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=4.5)  
SCOPE  
This course provides additional mathematical techniques and deepens the understanding of concepts in mathematics beyond the core math program to support continued study in engineering. Emphasis is placed upon using mathematics that supports fundamental engineering principles to gain insight into natural and manmade phenomena that give rise to problems in differential equations and vector calculus. Upon establishing a foundation in multivariable differentiation and integration, this calculus study focuses on vector fields, differential operators, and the vector integral theorems. Solutions via Fourier series, separation of variables, and analytical methods to modeling and solving differential equations that appear in engineering are then studied.  


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  
None. 
TYPE  COURSE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  TRACK  RED BOOK FLG 
DISQUALIFIER  
MA363  2003  2  1  Y  
MA364  2003  1  2  Y  
MA365  2018  1  3  Y  
MA205  2017  1  4  Y  
MA255  2016  2  5  Y  
PRE REQUISITE  
MA104  2016  1  1  Y 
COURSE  TITLE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  DEPARTMENT  CREDIT HOURS  
MA366  APPLIED ENGINEERING MATH  2018  2  Mathematical Sciences  4.5 (BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=4.5)  
SCOPE  
This course provides additional mathematical techniques and deepens the understanding of concepts in mathematics beyond the core math program to support continued study in engineering. Emphasis is placed upon using mathematics that supports fundamental engineering principles to gain insight into natural and manmade phenomena that give rise to problems in differential equations and vector calculus. Upon establishing a foundation in multivariable differentiation and integration, this calculus study focuses on vector fields, differential operators, and the vector integral theorems. Solutions via Fourier series, separation of variables, and analytical methods to modeling and solving differential equations that appear in engineering are then studied.  


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  
None. 
TYPE  COURSE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  TRACK  RED BOOK FLG 
DISQUALIFIER  
MA363  2003  2  1  Y  
MA364  2003  1  2  Y  
MA365  2018  1  3  Y  
MA205  2017  1  4  Y  
MA255  2016  2  5  Y  
PRE REQUISITE  
MA104  2016  1  1  Y 
COURSE  TITLE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  DEPARTMENT  CREDIT HOURS  
MA366  APPLIED ENGINEERING MATH  2013  2  Mathematical Sciences  3.0 (BS=0.0, ET=1.0, MA=2.0)  
SCOPE  
This course provides additional mathematical techniques and deepens the understanding of concepts in mathematics beyond the core math program to support continued study in environmental and chemical engineering. Emphasis is placed upon using mathematics that supports fundamental engineering principles to gain insight into natural and manmade phenomena that give rise to problems in differential equations and vector calculus. Calculus study focuses on vector fields, differential operators, and the vector integral theorems. Solutions via Fourier series, separation of variables, and numerical methods to differential equations that appear in environmental and chemical engineering are then studied.  


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  
Several special problems. 
TYPE  COURSE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  TRACK  RED BOOK FLG 
DISQUALIFIER  
MA363  2003  2  1  Y  
MA364  2003  1  2  Y  
PRE REQUISITE  
MA255  2003  2  1  Y  
MA205  2003  1  2  Y 
COURSE  TITLE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  DEPARTMENT  CREDIT HOURS  
MA366  APPLIED ENGINEERING MATH  2012  2  Mathematical Sciences  3.0 (BS=2.0, ET=1.0, MA=0.0)  
SCOPE  
This course provides additional mathematical techniques and deepens the understanding of concepts in mathematics beyond the core math program to support continued study in environmental and chemical engineering. Emphasis is placed upon using mathematics that supports fundamental engineering principles to gain insight into natural and manmade phenomena that give rise to problems in differential equations and vector calculus. Calculus study focuses on vector fields, differential operators, and the vector integral theorems. Solutions via Fourier series, separation of variables, and numerical methods to differential equations that appear in environmental and chemical engineering are then studied.  


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  
Several special problems. 
TYPE  COURSE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  TRACK  RED BOOK FLG 
DISQUALIFIER  
MA363  2003  2  1  Y  
MA364  2003  1  2  Y  
PRE REQUISITE  
MA255  2003  2  1  Y  
MA205  2003  1  2  Y 
COURSE  TITLE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  DEPARTMENT  CREDIT HOURS  
MA366  VECTOR CALCULUS & INTRO PDES  2003  2  Mathematical Sciences  3.0 (BS=2.0, ET=1.0, MA=0.0)  
SCOPE  
This course provides additional mathematical techniques and deepens the understanding of concepts in mathematics to support continued study in environmental engineering. Emphasis is placed upon using mathematics to gain insight into natural and manmade phenomena that give rise to problems in differential equations and vector calculus. Calculus study focuses on vector fields, differential operators, and the vector integral theorems. This material is then used to derive the diffusion equation. Solutions of this equation via Fourier series, separation of variables, and numerical methods are then studied.  


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  
Several special problems. 
TYPE  COURSE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  TRACK  RED BOOK FLG 
DISQUALIFIER  
MA363  2003  2  1  Y  
MA364  2003  1  2  Y  
PRE REQUISITE  
MA255  2003  2  1  Y  
MA205  2003  1  2  Y 
COURSE  TITLE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  DEPARTMENT  CREDIT HOURS  
MA366  VECTOR CALCULUS & INTRO PDE  1992  2  Mathematical Sciences  3.0 (BS=2.0, ET=1.0, MA=0.0)  
SCOPE  
This course provides additional mathematical techniques and deepens the understanding of concepts in mathematics to support continued study in environmental engineering. Emphasis is placed upon using mathematics to gain insight into natural and manmade phenomena that give rise to problems in differential equations and vector calculus. Calculus study focuses on vector fields, differential operators, and the vector integral theorems. This material is then used to derive the diffusion equation. Solution of this equation with Fourier series, separation of variables, and numerical methods is then studied.  


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  
Three special problems. 
TYPE  COURSE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  TRACK  RED BOOK FLG 
DISQUALIFIER  
MA363  1989  1  1  Y  
MA364  1992  2  2  Y  
PRE REQUISITE  
MA205  1991  2  1  Y  
MA205X  1991  2  2  Y  
MA255  2000  2  3  Y 