MATH 210 Fundamentals of Vector Calculus (1)

Catalog Description:

This course teaches fundamental vector calculus; differentiation and integration in a multivariate context. The intended audience is students studying natural science. This course is not intended for mathematics majors. (Offered spring semester only.)

 

Prerequisites:


MATH 112 Calculus II with a grade of C- or better

Required Course Materials:


TBD

Course Coordinator:


Angela C. Hare, Ph.D., Professor of Mathematics

Course Audience:


Students studying natural sciences.

Course Objectives:

Students completing this course should be able to:

  1. Develop proficiency in vector analysis.
  2. Understand the concept of partial differentiation.
  3. Evaluate double and triple integrals in applied problems.

Topics:


Fundamental vector calculus; differentiation and integration in a multivariate context.

 

Revised: February 2013

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