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APPLIED SCIENCE

Interdepartmental course offerings in the School of Engineering and Applied Science.

1001 Introduction to Engineering for Undeclared Majors (1) Dolling and Staff
  As an introduction to disciplines within SEAS, potential solutions to problems are presented by practitioners of civil and environmental engineering; computer science; electrical, computer, and biomedical engineering; mechanical and aerospace engineering; and systems engineering. (Fall)
2057 Analytical Mechanics I (3) Silva
  First half of a one-year sequence. Concepts of statics: force systems, conditions of force and moment equilibrium, simple structures, distributed forces, centroids, internal forces, friction, moments of inertia. Prerequisite or concurrent registration: ApSc 2113, Phys 1021. (Fall and spring)
2058 Analytical Mechanics II (3) Leftwich and Staff
  Second half of a one-year sequence. Concepts of dynamics: kinematics of particles, velocity and acceleration, translating and rotating reference frames, particle dynamics, motion under central and electromagnetic force, effect of Earth’s rotation, vibrations, work, kinetic and potential energy, dynamics of systems of particles. Prerequisite: ApSc 2057. (Fall and spring)
2113 Engineering Analysis I (3) Haque
  Analytical methods for the solution of problems in engineering, the physical sciences, and applied mathematics: applications of ordinary differential equations, matrices and determinants, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, systems of ordinary linear differential equations, Bessel and Legendre functions. Prerequisite or concurrent registration: Math 2233. (Fall and spring)
2114 Engineering Analysis II (3) Wasylkiwskyj and Staff
  Analytical methods for the solution of problems in engineering, the physical sciences, and applied mathematics: complex variables, Fourier series and integral, frequency filters, Laplace transforms, inversion and Duhamel integrals; partial differential equations. Prerequisite: Math 2233. (Fall and spring)
3115 Engineering Analysis III (3) Shaw, van Dorp
  Analytical methods for the solution of engineering problems using concepts from probability and statistics: probability modeling, random variables and their distributions, mathematical expectation, sampling, point and confidence interval estimation, hypothesis testing, correlation, regression, and engineering applications. Prerequisite: Math 1232; UW 1020. (Spring)
 

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