Academic Level:

Undergraduate

Department:

Mathematics

Subject:

Mathematics

Prerequisites:

CC-100: College Writing & Research, CC-100H: College Writing & Research: Honors Honors, CC-101: Presentations & Argumentation, CC-101H: Presentations & ArgumentationHonors, CC-102: Quantitative Reasoning, CC-102H: Quantitative Reasoning: HonorsHonors, MAT-152: Calculus I, MAT-160: Calculus I, BIO-110: Fndn Organismal Biology, PCS-221: General Physics 1 withCalculus, BIO-110: Fndn Organismal Biology, BIO-111: Exp Meth Organismal Biology, PCS-221: General Physics 1 withCalculus, CHM-111: General Chemistry I Lecture

Corequisites:

None

Credits:

3

An introduction to the practical application of computer hardware and software to problems in the sciences and mathematics. Topics include basics like using a graphical user interface and common office applications. More advanced topics include computer interfacing to instruments, mathematical modeling, curve fitting, molecular modeling, and others. No computer background is assumed. Three hours lecture/workshop/ demonstration weekly. 3 credits FULFILLS SKILLS INTEGRATION AND INTERDISCIPLINARY REQUIREMENTS. PREREQUISITES: CHM 111, BIO 110 OR PCS 221, MAT 152 OR MAT 160, CC 100, CC 101, AND CC 102.