The program in engineering mathematics at UM-Dearborn provides the student with an opportunity to extend his/her knowledge of the language of the scientist and to become more proficient in the application of mathematical reasoning to the formulation and solution of scientific problems in engineering. This program recognizes the ever-increasing demand that the changing physical and economic world imposes on the engineering profession. This program seeks to make available to the students the knowledge with which they will be better able to understand and to create the complex mathematical models that represent the world.
A current CECS undergraduate student majoring in Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Industrial and Systems Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, or Mechanical Engineering may pursue a concurrent Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSE) degree in Engineering Mathematics. This makes it possible for an engineering student to earn two degrees at the same time: a BSE degree in Engineering Mathematics and a BSE degree in their principal engineering major. Both degrees must be earned at the same time.
The Engineering Mathematics degree requires a minimum of 14 credit hours of course work in advanced mathematics beyond the 16 credits of mathematics already required in the degree program of the student’s principal engineering major. Approved courses for the BSE in Engineering Mathematics concurrent degree include:
|MATH 404||Dynamical Systems||3|
|MATH 405||Integral Equations||3|
|MATH 412||First Course in Modern Algebra||3|
|MATH 413||Linear Algebra 1||3|
|MATH 420||Stochastic Processes 2||3|
|MATH 425||Mathematical Statistics||3|
|MATH 451||Advanced Calculus I||3|
|MATH 452||Advanced Calculus II||3|
|MATH 454||Fourier and Boundary||3|
|MATH 462||Mathematical Modeling||3|
|MATH 472||Intro to Numerical Analysis||3|
|MATH 473||Matrix Computation||3|
|MATH 513||Linear Algebra||3|
|MATH 555||Func of a Complex Var with App||3|
Credit for only one from MATH 420 and IMSE 506.
The following CECS graduate courses may also be used towards the Engineering Mathematics degree: ECE 555, ECE 560, ECE 567, ECE 580; IMSE 505, IMSE 506, IMSE 510, IMSE 511; ME 518, ME 519, provided that,
- a minimum of 9 hours is taken from the Mathematics department (MATH) courses listed above, and
- permission to take a graduate course is granted.