ME5331 Syllabus

Fall, 2017

Instructor's Name: Seiichi Nomura
Office Number: Room 304D, Woolf Hall
Office Telephone Number: 817.272.2012
Email Address: nomura@uta.edu
Office Hours: 2PM-4PM TTh or by appointment
Course Number, Section Number and Course Title: ME5331-001/002, Analytical Methods in Engineering.
Time and Place of Class Meetings: 04:00PM-05:20PM MW, Room GACB 103(lecture)
Textbook: Advanced Engineering Mathematics, M. D. Greenberg, Prentice-Hall
Description of Course Content:
Homework problems and their (brief) solutions will be posted on the Web.

Grading policy

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