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Graduate Guide --> VI. Course Program ---> Desciption of Course Prerequisites other than Atmospheric Science

D. DESCRIPTION OF COURSE PREREQUISITES OTHER THAN
ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE

Course
Number
Description
CHEM 113 General Chemistry II
Acid base reactions and equilibria, kinetics, coordination compounds, and oxidation reduction chemistry.
CHEM 114 General Chemistry Laboratory II
Laboratory applications of principles covered in C 113.
MATH 161 Calculus for Physical Scientists II
Differentiation and integration of transcendental functions, sequences, series.
MATH 255 Calculus for Biological Scientists II
Derivatives and integral of functions of several variables, differential and difference equations, matrices, applications in the biosciences.
MATH 261 Calculus for Physical Scientists III
Vector functions, partial differentiation, cylindrical and spherical coordinates, multiple integrals, line integrals, Green's theorem.
MATH 340 Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations
First and second order equations, series, Laplace transforms, linear algebra, eigenvalues, first order systems of equations, numerical techniques.
MATH 531 Applied Mathematics I
Simultaneous linear ordinary differential equations, matrices, vector analysis, and tensor analysis.
PHY 122 General Physics II
Electricity including electrostatics and simple circuits; magnetism; optics; nuclear physics; radiation; biological, physical examples (noncalculus).
PHY 142 Physics for Scientists and Engineers II
Electricity and magnetism, circuits, light, optics (calculus based).
STAT 301 Introduction to Statistical Methods
Techniques in statistical inference; confidence intervals, hypothesis tests, simple correlation and regression, one way analysis of variance.

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