MTH317 Mathematical Modeling
Lead Faculty: Dr. Igor Ya Subbotin
An introductory to mathematical modeling, utilizing a variety of diverse applications from physical, biological, business, social, and computer sciences. Discuss the limitations, as well as the capabilities, of mathematics as applied to understanding of our world. Teaches problem identification, models of solutions and model implementation. Graphing calculator is required.
- Carefully define problems and detail the parameters.
- Identify variables and design suitable experiments to secure data.
- Learn to apply mathematical skills and tools to find structure in the data.
- Develop skills in the display of data and mathematical conclusions.