Math Courses 2014-15

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THE MATHEMATICS REQUIREMENT


The mathematics requirements for departmental and School of Engineering majors are delineated by major in the detailed “Program Requirements” section in the Handbook (Chapter 5). In general, each program requires a number of specific and elective courses from the list of approved courses shown below in Figure 3-1. See page 5 of thie handbook for a detailed discussion about the MATH 50 and CME 100 series: Courses from one of these series are required by most of the engineering programs. All engineering students should check their particular major program in Chapter 5 to see which mathematics and statistics courses are recommended or required.


Mathematics Courses Approved by the School of Engineering^:

Course
Title
Units
MATH 19, 20, 21) ^^
Calculus of a Single Variable
3, 3, 4
MATH 41 (A) and 42 (A,W)^^
Calculus of a Single Variable (accelerated)
5, 5
MATH 51(A,W,S,Sum) ^^^
Linear Algebra & Differential Calculus of Several Variables
5
MATH 51M (A)
Introduction to MATLAB for Multivariable Mathematics
1
MATH 52 (A,W,S)
Integral Calculus of Several Variables
5
MATH 53 (A,W,S,Sum)
Ordinary Differential Equations with Linear Algebra
5
MATH 51H, 52H, 53H
Honors Calculus
5,5,5
CME 100(same as E 154)(A,S)^^^
Vector Calculus for Engineers
5
CME 102 (same as E 155) (AWSSum)
Ordinary Differential Equations for Engineers
5
CME 103 (A)
Introduction to Matrix Methods (same as EE 103)
4-5
CME 104 (same as E 155B) (S)
Linear Algebra and Partial Differential Equations for Engineers
5
CME 108 (W, Sum)
Introduction to Scientific Computing
3-4
CME 192 (A,W,S)
Introduction to MATLAB (4 weeks; A,W,S)
1
CEE 101D/201D (A)
Computations in CEE
3
CS 103 (A,W,S,Sum)
Mathematical Foundations of Computing
4-5
ENGR 62 (MS&E 111) (A,S)
Introduction to Optimization
4
MATH 104 (A,W,Sum)
Applied Matrix Theory
3
MATH 106 (A,S,Sum)
Functions of a Complex Variable
3
MATH 109 (W)
Applied Group Theory
3
MATH 113 (W,S)
Linear Algebra and Matrix Theory
3
MATH 115 (A,W,S,Sum)
Functions of a Real Variable
3
MATH 115 (A,W,S,Sum)
Functions of a Real Variable
3
MATH 120 (A,S)
Groups and Rings
3
MATH 121 (W)
Galois Theory
3
MATH 131P (A,W)
Partial Differential Equations I
3
MATH 132 (S)
Partial Differential Equations II
3
MS&E 121 (S)
Intro to Stochastic Modeling
4
  1. ^or more advanced Mathematics courses via approval of School of Engineering Petition to Deviate.
  2. ^^10 units of AP Calculus credit may be substituted for the MATH 20 or 40 series. Bring your Program Sheet and unofficial Stanford transcript to 135 Huang for sign-off on all AP credit.
  3. ^^^ If Math 51 and CME 100 are both taken, only 8 units of credit will be allowed toward the SoE major.

Statistics/Probability Courses Approved by the School of Engineering^:

Course
Title
Units
CME 106 (W, Sum)
Introduction to Probability and Statistics for Engineers
4
STATS 60/160 (A,W,S,Sum)
Introduction to Statistical Methods: Precalculus (only a few majors accept this)
5
STATS 110 (A,Sum)
Statistical Methods in Engineering and the Physical Sciences
4-5
STATS 116 (A,S,Sum)
Theory of Probability
3-5
CS 109 (A,W,S)
Introduction to Probability for Computer Scientists
3-5
EE 178 (A,S)
Introduction to Probabilistic Systems Analysis
4
MS&E 120 (A)
Probabilistic Analysis
4
MS&E 125 (S)
Introduction to Applied Statistics
4
CEE 203 (A)
Probabilistic Models in Civil Engineering
3-4

^ or more advanced Statistics courses numbered over 100 via approval of petition to deviate

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