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MATH 4050  LINEAR ALGEBRA (3 credits)

Linear algebra is extensively utilized in the mathematical modeling of many natural phenomena. Many scientific and engineering disciplines, such as data science, chemical engineering and biology, make extensive use of the theory and techniques commonly present in basic to advanced linear algebra courses. The goal of this course is to help students to grasp a solid theoretical understanding of vectors, vector spaces, inner product spaces, linear transformations, eigenvalues, canonical forms, complex vectors, matrices, and orthogonality. By going through the materials in a mathematically rigorous way, students will develop deeper and more accurate intuitions of the basic concepts in linear algebra. Consequently, the applications of linear algebra will become much more transparent. (Cross-listed with MATH 8056).

Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): MATH 2050; MATH 2030 or MATH 2230 or equivalent; or permission

Mathematics, MS

http://catalog.unomaha.edu/graduate/degree-programs-certificates-minors/mathematics/mathematics-ms/

Provide a strong program of course work in mathematics beyond the undergraduate level and Be flexible enough to accommodate a wide variety of student interests and backgrounds. There are no required courses in the program, but students are strongly encouraged to develop an emphasis in the courses which make up their individual plan of study; such an emphasis provides both focus and depth in the graduate experience.

Mathematics, MA

http://catalog.unomaha.edu/graduate/degree-programs-certificates-minors/mathematics/mathematics-ma/

Provide a strong program of course work in mathematics beyond the undergraduate level and Be flexible enough to accommodate a wide variety of student interests and backgrounds. There are no required courses in the program, but students are strongly encouraged to develop an emphasis in the courses which make up their individual plan of study; such an emphasis provides both focus and depth in the graduate experience.