UMKC Department of Mathematics and Statistics

MATH 5545 - Mathematical Methods
in Science and Engineering

(3 Credit Hours)

Prerequisites:
  • Math 402 (Advanced Analysis I), and
  • Math 420 (Linear Algebra II), or
  • Consent of the Instructor.
Offered: Winter.

Text: Current Mathematics Textbooks


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Beyond the Catalog: Notes or Advice

Course Description: This course offers applied linear algebra and Fourier analysis which are indispensable tools in science and engineering. It is designed for beginning graduate students with a moderate background in linear algebra and real analysis. Many of the results that are presented in the course will be proved rigorously from a mathematical point of view.

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UMKC Degrees and Courses Requiring this course

Degrees requiring this course
  • M.S. in Mathematics and Statistics (Emphasis "Mathematics").
This course is prerequisite to the following courses:
  • None.

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Who Teaches this course?

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