Math 321: Vector and Complex Calculus for the Physical Sciences

Fall 2016:


Four examples of topics covered in Math 321, from left to right,

Math 321 has been redesigned to lift students to the mathematical level needed to truly understand Newtonian mechanics of particles and rigid bodies, Electro-Magnetism, transport phenomena, fluid and solid mechanics, aerodynamics, satellite dynamics, polymer dynamics, computer graphics, etc. The course emphasizes geometric visualization and understanding and does include a certain level of `proofs'. Understanding mathematical concepts requires an ability to observe, analyze and deduce.

Math 321 is required for AMEP

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