SE1001: Mathematics For SE I  NPS Online
Overview
This course provides an introduction to selected pre and postcalculus topics. Covered will be complex numbers, matrix algebra, and differential equations.
Prerequisites
 Enrollment in the SE
 SEA curriculum.
Learning Outcomes
At the end of this course, the student shall demonstrate the ability to:
 Functions
 Recognize whether or not a curve represents the graph of a function
 Evaluate: linear, quadratic, polynomial , exponential, natural log, and trigonometric functions
 Derivatives
 Understand the concept of the derivative
 Know and apply the rules for taking derivatives of the functions listed in a (2) above
 Apply the derivative rules for adding, subtracting , and multiplying by a constant
 Apply the product rule and quotient rule
 Apply the power rule
 Be able to take the second derivative
 Use the first and second derivative tests to find the max/min of a function
 Calculate and interpret first and second partial derivatives
 Integrals
 Understand the concept of the integral
 Apply the integral rules for adding, subtracting, and multiplying by a constant
 Apply integration by substitution
 Apply integration by parts
 Evaluate double integrals and be able to change the order of integration
 Use double integrals to solve applied problems
 Vector Algebra
 Perform algebraic operations on vectors : addition, subtraction, multiplication, and multiplication by a scalar
 Understand and be able to apply both the Dot Product and Cross Product
 Be able to compute Directional Derivatives and Gradients
 Be able to perform vector differentiation and compute divergence and curl
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Application Deadlines

08 Jul 2024
Fall Quarter applications due
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