E M A 476: Introduction to Scientific Computing for Engineering Physics
- Catalog Description:
Basic tools of professional scientific computation for UNIX environments are taught. Programming skills in a compiled language are developed through engineering examples. Applications reinforce engineering problem-solving skills first examined in introductory courses, while motivating progressively more advanced computational methods.
- Credits: 3
- Prerequisites: NEEP 271 or Comp Sci 310; Comp Sci 412 or equiv; Math 319; or cons inst
- Official Course Description (pdf)
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