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MATH 380 Mathematical Modeling

This course involves applications of mathematics to real-world problems drawn from industry, research, laboratories, the physical sciences, engineering and scientific literature. Techniques used include parameter estimation, curve fitting, calculus, elementary probability, optimization, computer programming, and ordinary and partial differential equations. People routinely solve problems using estimation, probability, optimization, and simulation or modeling techniques without considering themselves mathematicians. This course broadensand strengthens the exposure of the interested student to applications of mathematics frequently seen in industry, science, and government. The student planning to pursue a career in industry, science, or government will synthesize mathematical skills appropriate to these fields from topics learned in a variety of more elementary mathematics courses.

Course ID: MATH 380

Semester Hours: 3

Prerequisites: None

Corequisites: None

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