Spring Semester 2017


Mathematics in a Computational Context

Course: MATH 2406H
Time: Monday & Wednesday 8:00am-8:50am, Tuesdays & Thursday, 8:00am-9:15am
Room: McBryde 216

Course Description: Math 2406H covers, as time allows, the theory and numerical methods for second and higher order non-homogenous and nonlinear (systems of) differential equations, and the differential and integral calculus of several variables.

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Previous courses

2016 Mathematics in a Computational Context II (Honors), Mathematical Modeling: Methods and Tools I
2015 Mathematics in a Computational Context II (Honors), Mathematical Modeling: Methods and Tools I
2014 Mathematical Modeling: Methods and Tools I
2013 Modeling and Simulation of Biological Systems, Mathematical Modeling: Methods and Tools I, Numerical Optimization
2012 Calculus III, Differential Equations, Numerical Analysis
2011 Differential Equations, Numerical Analysis, Mathematical Modeling, Optimization
2010 Differential Equations
2006 Special Topics in Numerical Optimization Seminar
2004 Dynamics in Biology and Medicine Seminar
2003 Numerical Analysis I+II
2002 Numerical Analysis I
2001 Calculus II
2000 Linear Algebra I
1999 Numerical Analysis I+II