Engineering Mathematics I Grad 
Course Description:
Introduction to linear algebra, including vector spaces, linear dependence and independence, linear transformations, matrices and determinants. Topics include solution of systems of linear equations and eigenvalue problems; complex variables, power series, complex integration, and residue theorem; and Fourier series and transforms. Elements of numerical analysis, numerical methods of systems of linear equations, and interpolation are also covered. 3 semester hours.
Text book:

Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Erwin Kreyszig, 10th Edition, Wiley
 Foundations of Applied Mathematics, Michael D. Greenberg, PrenticeHall.
 Advanced Calculus for Applications, Francis B. Hildebrand, 2nd Edition.
 Applied Numerical Methods Using MATLAB, Yang, Cao, Chung and Morris, Wiley Interscience
Lecture: Tuesday 6:00  9:25 PM
Syllabus   Handouts   Assignments   Sample Exams   Links 
Course Syllabus in pdf
GENERAL CONDUCT OF COURSE
 Homework will be assigned and collected weekly.
 100% attendance is required.
 No makeup homework/test or exam will be given.
 Students are required to bring their test book and calculator to every class.
Midterm test average Homework/Quizzes/Programming Final Examination  50% 15% 35% 
Total:  100% 
 Matrices
 Linear Systems
 Eigenvalue
 Complex Matrices
 Fourier Series
 Complex Numbers
 Power Series
 Taylor Series
 Numerical Methods
 Numerical Linear Systems
 Matrix Eigenvalues