IDH2301 Honors Seminar- Mathematical Modeling for the Physical Sciences II

IDH 2301 is a one-credit seminar designed to help students to apply mathematical modeling techniques to applications in the physical sciences. This includes traditional mathematical framing, the use of spreadsheets and graphing strategies, and simulation building using the Glowscript/Visual Python computer language. The goal is to support the topics taught in PHY 2049C and to help students become more proficient physics problem-solvers.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into Honors program. Corequisite: PHY 2049C or PHY 2049CH.

Terms Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
Credits: 1.00

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