ENGX2010 Quantitative Engineering Analysis 3 (formerly QEA 2)

Quantitative Engineering Analysis 3 (QEA 3) is the third course in the 12-credit QEA sequence. The course will revisit, reinforce, and build upon the contextualized math, science, and engineering tools and skills developed during QEA 1 and 2. Conceptual material in QEA 3 will draw from topics including ordinary differential equations, Fourier transforms, and equations of motion. QEA 3 will endeavor to place this foundational material in the broader engineering context, drawing connections to relevant examples and applications in engineering and beyond. The course will teach students how to select the appropriate set of tools and techniques for a given situation, ask critical questions about the consequences of their work, and develop the skills needed to acquire new knowledge beyond the course material.

This course fulfills the ordinary differential equations requirement, and when coupled with Quantitative Engineering Analysis 2, the physics foundation.

Upon completion of the full, 3 course, 12 credit interdisciplinary QEA experience students satisfy the foundational mathematical and physics requirements. The final credit distribution earned is 6 MTH, 4 SCI, 2 ENGR.

Credit distribution of this course is 2 MTH, 1 SCI, 1 ENGR.


2 MTH, 1 SCI, 1 ENGR