Course Description

Course Name

Advanced Engineering Mathematics II

Session: VSOF3221

Hours & Credits

3 Credits

Prerequisites & Language Level

Prerequisites: Engineering Mathematics I & fundamental mathematics

Taught In English

  • There is no language prerequisite for courses at this language level.

Overview

Course Outline
Aims: Based upon the acquired knowledge from Engineering Mathematics I,
this course provides students with the advanced concept and practice
that engineering mathematics plays an important role in the civil and
environmental engineering field. This course consists of such valuable
subjects as vector differential calculus and integral calculus, Fourier
analysis and partial differential equations, and possibly complex
analysis.

This course will be taught in English.

Textbook: Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 10th edition.
Erwin Kreyszig, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (2011)

Course Format
Lectures Lectures will begin promptly at each regulation time. I expect all
students to attend class regularly and on time. If you arrive late, I will
consider you to be absent. In the real world of engineering, you will
need to be on time! I will have no sympathy for students who regularly
miss class without an appropriate excuse. If you have an illness, death
in the family, or other such emergency that requires you to miss more
than one class, let me know. If for some other legitimate reason you
must miss class, let me know so that I can accommodate your special
needs. Being late in class or missing it, you will receive serious
Engineering Mathematics II, Fall 2014 2 Dr. Hangseok Choi
disadvantage on your attendance/eagerness grade (Refer to the grading
policy!)

Homework will be given on a weekly basis and due in one week and at
the beginning of the designated class period. Late homework will not
be accepted without a valid medial excuse. You are encouraged to
work with other students, but the homework that you submit must be
your own. In trying to solve homework problems, you will apply the
knowledge you are taught in class. Homework normally involves
extensive use of relevant mathematical equations and is calculation
intensive. This will help you better understand how these formulations
are used in the solution to engineering problems.

*Course content subject to change