Course Description

Differential Equations

Topics include: Ordinary differential equations and their solutions; Classical solutions of linear differential equations; Solutions by use of series and by Laplace transforms; Matrix procedures with solutions to linear systems of differential equations using eigenvalues; Introduction to partial differential equations; Applications in the field of chemistry, physics and engineering. (TI-83 plus or TI-84 plus required. TI-Nspire or similar calculator is not allowed.) Prerequisite: MATH 261 (C or better required) 4 credits (4 lecture hours), spring semester These credits count toward the Math and/or Science (List B) requirements for graduation. Students who successfully complete MATH 262 will fulfill the SUNY General Education requirement for Mathematics.


Robert Milano
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Galbreath Hall, Room 108

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Admissions Requirements

High School Preparation: Required:  minimum high school average of B,  four units of  defined  math to include pre-calculus and three units of defined  science including chemistry.  Desired: one additional unit each of defined math, physics and biology.