Differential Equations

MAT 322 with Professor Doug Ensley

About MAT322

Course Content Differential Equations are essential tools for modeling changing quantities in physics, education, life sciences, engineering, and more. The field is too extensive to be covered in one semester, so this course will strive to provide just the big ideas through the analysis of first and second order differential equations and their applications.

Our class is scheduled for MW 3:30–4:45pm. We meet every day in the computer lab in DHC 104. We will regularly use the computers for a range of activities, such as visualizing a particular concept, solving problems with a partner, and working on technology-based projects.

Course Syllabus and Schedule

The document below is the complete syllabus, containing additional pages to the version handed out on paper in class.

Mathematica Files for Download

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Contact Doug Ensley

Douglas Ensley, Ph.D.
Professor of Mathematics
Shippensburg University
Shippensburg, PA 17257
Phone: 717.477.1406

deensley@ship.edu

http://webspace.ship.edu/deensley/