ECE 298 JA
ECE 298 JA - Concepts in Engineering Math
|Concepts in Engineering Math||ECE298||JA||64877||LEC||3||1100 - 1150||M W F||2013 ECE Building||Jont Allen|
Lectures and discussions relating to new areas of interest. Course Information: May be repeated in the same or separate terms for unlimited hours if topics vary. See class schedule for topics and prerequisites.
Prerequisites: Advanced Placement in Calc I, II. This course introduces advanced students to Advanced Engineering Mathematics as typically used in Engineering, Physics and science courses. This is a math course, taught in the context of the history of mathematics, used as a pedagogical tool. This 3-hr course is historically organized around three main themes: I) Number systems [ca. 50 BCE-1CE], II) Algebraic equations [ca. 5-17 CE] and III) Differential equations (e.g., KCL, KVL, Maxwell's Equations) [ca. 18-21CE].