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CSC 112 Introduction to Computing-FORTRAN 3. Corequisite: (E115 or PAMS 100) and (MA 121 or MA 131 or MA 141).

Problem solving through writing FORTRAN programs. Particular elements include: careful development of FORTRAN programs from specifications; documentation and style; appropriate use of control structures, data types and subprograms; abstractions and verification; engineering applications.

BAE 302 Transport Phenomena 3. Prerequisite: (BAE 200, CSC 112, CSC 114 or CSC 116), (CE 215 or MAE 208), MA 341 and MAE 301; Corequisite: CE 382 or MAE 308.

Theory and application of heat and mass transfer in biological, food, and agricultural systems. Topics include fluid flow, conduction, convection, radiation, psychrometrics, and refrigeration.

ECG 766 Computational Methods in Economics and Finance 3. Prerequisite: (MA 305 or MA 405) and MA 341 and EC 301 and EC 302 and (CSC 112 or 114) or equivalents..

Fundamental methods for forumlating and solving economic models numerically will be developed. Emphasis on defining the mathematical structure of problems and practical computer methods for obtaining model solutions. Major topics include solution of systems of equations, complementarity relationships and optimization. Finite and infinite dimensional problems will be addressed, the latter through the use of finite dimensional approximation techniques. Particular emphasis placed on solving dynamic asset pricing, optimization and equilibrium problems. MS in Financial Mathematics Program required.

BAE 315 Properties of Biological Engineering Materials 3. Prerequisite: (BIO 181 or BIO 183), and either (BAE 200, CSC 112, CSC 114 or CSC 116) and (CE 215 or MAE 208) and Corequisites: (MAE 308 or CE 382), and (MAE 314 or CE 313)..

Physical properties of biological and non-biological engineering materials, their uniqueness and variability within systems. Relationships between plant, animal, and human tissues, property measurement, and evaluation of dimensional, mechanical, rheological, thermal, electrical, and optical properties.

OR 708 Integer Programming 3. Prerequisite: MA 405, OR (MA,IE) 505, Corequisite: Some familiarity with computers (e.g., CSC 112).

General integer programming problems and principal methods of solving them. Emphasis on intuitive presentation of ideas underlying various algorithms rather than detailed description of computer codes. Students have some "hands on" computing experience that should enable them to adapt ideas presented in course to integer programming problems they may encounter.

ISE 708 Integer Programming 3. Prerequisite: MA 405, OR (MA,IE) 505, Corequisite: Some familiarity with computers (e.g., CSC 112).

General integer programming problems and principal methods of solving them. Emphasis on intuitive presentation of ideas underlying various algorithms rather than detailed description of computer codes. Students have some "hands on" computing experience that should enable them to adapt ideas presented in course to integer programming problems they may encounter.

MA 325 Introduction to Applied Mathematics 3. Prerequisite: (MA 231 or MA 242) and (MA 116 or CSC 112 or CSC 114 or CSC 116).

Introduces students with multivariable calculus to five different areas of applied mathematics. These areas will be five three-week modules, which lead to higher level courses in the application areas. Topics will vary, and examples of modules areheat and mass transfer, biology and population, probability and finance, acoustic models, cryptography as well as others.

MEA 580 Air Quality Modeling and Forecasting 4. Prerequisite: CSC 112, MEA 425/525, CE 479/579.

Topics include numerical solutions to ODEs/PDEs, atmospheric chemistry, cloud and aerosol microphysics, emission modeling, meteorological modeling, and model design, applications, and evaluation. It is targeted for students who would like to learn about air quality modeling and who are prospective air quality model users.

PY 525 Computational Physics 3. Prerequisite: CSC 112 or equivalent; Corequisite: of PY 401.

Computational approach to physics problem solving using standard software relevant for physicists. Electrostatic potentials, data analysis, Monte Carlo simulations, Fourier optics, particle orbits, Schrodinger's equation. Examples and assignments for each topic chosen to complement other physics courses.

MA 708 Integer Programming 3. Prerequisite: MA 405, OR (MA,IE) 505, Corequisite: Some familiarity with computers (e.g., CSC 112).

General integer programming problems and principal methods of solving them. Emphasis on intuitive presentation of ideas underlying various algorithms rather than detailed description of computer codes. Students have some "hands on" computing experience that should enable them to adapt ideas presented in course to integer programming problems they may encounter.

CE 537 Computer Methods and Applications 3. Prerequisite: CSC 112 and (MA 341 or MA 305).

Computational approaches to support civil planning, analysis, evaluation and design. Applications to various areas of civil engineering, including construction, structures, transportation and water resources.

OR 537 Computer Methods and Applications 3. Prerequisite: CSC 112 and (MA 341 or MA 305).

Computational approaches to support civil planning, analysis, evaluation and design. Applications to various areas of civil engineering, including construction, structures, transportation and water resources.

NE 301 Fundamentals of Nuclear Engineering 3. Prerequisite: MA 341 and (CSC 112 or CSC 113) and C- or better in NE 202.

Introductory course in nuclear engineering. Neutron physics, reactor operation, and reactor dynamics. Basic principles underlying the design and operation of nuclear systems, facilities and applications.

MAE 302 Engineering Thermodynamics II 3. Prerequisites: (CSC 112 or CSC 113 or CSC 114) and C- or better in MAE 301.

Continuation of Engineering Thermodynamics I with emphasis on the analysis of power and refrigeration cycles and the application of basic principles to engineering problems with systems involving mixtures of ideal gases, psychrometrics, nonideal gases, chemical reactions, combustion, chemical equilibrium cycle analysis, and one-dimensional compressible flow.

MAE 467 Introduction to Space Flight 3. Prerequisites: (MA 301 or MA 341) and (CSC 112, CSC 113, or CSC 114) and C- or better in PY 205.

Fundamental aspects of space flight including launch vehicle performance and design, spacecraft characteristics, two-body orbital mechanics, earth satellites, interplanetary trajectories, atmospheric entry, and atmospheric heating.

BAE 371 Fundamentals of Hydrology for Engineers 3. Prerequisites: (BAE 200 or CSC 112 or CSC 114 or CSC 116) and (BAE 202 or BAE 203);Corequisites: SSC 200 and (CE 382 or MAE 308).

Hydrology and erosion principles. Designing structures and selecting practices to control land runoff, erosion, sediment pollution and flooding.

ST 442 Introduction to Data Science 3. P: (MA 305 or MA 405) and (ST 305 or ST 312 or ST 370 or ST 372) and (CSC 111 or CSC 112 or CSC 113 or CSC 116 or ST 114 or ST 445).

Overview of data structures, data lifecycle, statistical inference. Data management, queries, data cleaning, data wrangling. Classification and prediction methods to include linear regression, logistic regression, k-nearest neighbors, classification and regression trees. Association analysis. Clustering methods. Emphasis on analyzing data, use and development of software tools, and comparing methods.

CSC 442 Introduction to Data Science 3. P: (MA 305 or MA 405) and (ST 305 or ST 312 or ST 370 or ST 372) and (CSC 111 or CSC 112 or CSC 113 or CSC 116 or ST 114 or ST 445).

Overview of data structures, data lifecycle, statistical inference. Data management, queries, data cleaning, data wrangling. Classification and prediction methods to include linear regression, logistic regression, k-nearest neighbors, classification and regression trees. Association analysis. Clustering methods. Emphasis on analyzing data, use and development of software tools, and comparing methods.

NE 501 Reactor Analysis and Design 3. Prerequisites: NE 520, MA 401, and CSC 112.

Elements of nuclear reactor theory for reactor core design and operation. Includes one-group neutron transport and mutigroup diffusion models, analytical and numerical criticality search, and flux distribution and calculations for homogeneous and heterogeneous reactors, slowing down models, introduction to perturbation theory.