CSE 3 Mathematical and Computer Modeling.

Enhances your ability to approach applied problems in a quantitative way. Use your knowledge of calculus, probability, statistics, and computing to develop quantitative models of problem situations from a variety of areas. The first course provides an introduction to quantitative modeling, using calculus. All elements of the problem situation are represented as constants. The second course uses probability and statistics to create stochastic models in which some elements of the problem are represented as random variables. The third course introduces the use of computers to create simulation models of the problem situation.

1. CSE 273 Optimization Modeling (3); and

2. CSE 372 Stochastic Modeling (3); and

3. CSE 471 Simulation (3)

Note: Not open to majors in the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering.

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