Department of Mathematical Sciences,
Northern Illinois University

MATH 360, SPRING 2014

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MODEL BUILDING IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS (3 semester hours) An introduction to the formulation, analysis, and interpretation of mathematical models in the study of selected problems in the natural sciences, the social sciences, and management science.

Not open for credit to students having credit in MATH or STAT courses numbered 420 or above, except by consent of department.

ADVISING NOTE: Majors in mathematical sciences must take this course. Because of the preceding catalogue language, these students should take this course early in their programs. Consult with your academic advisor before registering for post-calculus courses.

PREREQUISITE: Math 230

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