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MA 538 - Advanced Engineering Mathematics

  • Credit Hours: 4R-0L-4C
  • Term Available: W
  • Prerequisites: Graduate standing
  • Corequisites: None

A fast-paced course in advanced applied mathematics for graduate-level engineering students. Applied linear algebra, including abstract vector spaces, linear operators, eigentheory, diagonalization, and the matrix exponential; review of partial differentiation and multiple integration, including Lagrange multipliers and other optimization topics; vector analysis, including the Jacobian matrix, the del operator in standard coordinate systems, and line integrals; and Fourier series with application to the solution of partial differential equation boundary value problems. Students may not receive credit for both MA438 and MA538. Students who receive credit for MA538 may only receive graduate credit for at most one of MA330, MA336, MA371, and MA373.