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This is an ordinary differential equations online course. The course has 48 lectures and it comes with a veritable feast of supporting material which allows you to learn everything from the basics through to some of the more advanced topics in ordinary differential equations.
This ordinary differential equations course is designed for anyone who is interested in learning about ordinary differential equations. This includes undergraduate students, graduate students and any engineers looking for a refresher on ODEs. Mathematicians interested in the study of dynamical systems will also find this course useful.
This course will examine ordinary differential equations (ODEs) focusing on the basics of ODE theory and applications. You’ll learn how to identify and interpret different types of solutions to ODEs, as well as important methods for solving first order ODEs and second order constant coefficient linear ODEs.
ordinary differential equations course
Ordinary Differential Equations for Scientists and Engineers
Introduction to ordinary differential equations. First and second order linear differential equations, systems of linear differential equations, Laplace transform, numerical methods, applications.Course DetailsTERM
OpenMEETSOn-LineDec 17, 2021 – Jan 24, 2022INSTRUCTOR(S)Garret Cahill SECTION01CLASS NUMBER25197CREDITS3PREREQUISITE(S)Prerequisite: MATH 132COSTBase Cost: $1,446 ($482/credit)
Term Fee: $50
IMPORTANT DATESStart date: Dec 17, 2021End date: Jan 24, 2022Last day to add: Dec 23, 2021Last day to drop: Dec 23, 2021Last day to withdraw: Jan 07, 2022REFUND SCHEDULERefund PolicyCourse Notes
The Mathematics and Statistics department, in accordance with the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, continues to promote the integrity and security of its courses. To further secure its courses, the department will require one proctored midterm and a proctored final exam in this course. Students who enroll in this online course will have to take the midterm and the final exam within the scheduled exam time frame. Off-campus proctoring will require either a webcam or travel to an accredited testing center. All proctoring arrangements must be in place and approved by the instructor and math department no later than the last day of add/drop for the course.