GEP 280

Foundations in Environmental Data Analysis
Units
4

Lectures and workshop designed to enhance students' confidence in analytical problem solving. Essential techniques emphasizing environmental applications: translating knowledge into abstract and mathematical models, numerical estimates, basic geometry and trigonometry, dimensional analysis, unit conversions, interpreting statistical data, and graphic display of information. Conceptual introduction to calculus, differential equations, and complex numbers. Prerequisites: Completion or concurrent enrollment in GE Area B4 (Math/Quantitative Reasoning).

Prerequisites
Completion or concurrent enrollment in GE Area B4 (Math Concepts).
Satisfies GE
B4