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ECONOMY - Microeconomics

ECON 211 Elementary Microeconomic Theory 3.0; 3

General principles of microeconomics; includes
elements of supply and demand, consumer behavior,
costs, market structures, and income distribution.
ECON 101 Introduction to Microeconomics 3.0; 3 cr.
An introductory survey of the principles of
microeconomics, designed primarily for freshman
students. Annually.

ECON 208 Microeconomic
Analysis and Applications (3

Economics (Arts) : A university-level

introduction to demand and supply,
consumer behaviour, production theory,
market structures and income distribution

ENGINEERING - Introduction

EECE 200 Introduction to

Electrical and Computer
Engineering 3 cr.
Thiscourse includes the following
topics: an overview of electrical and
computer engineering; engineering
as a profession; introduction to the
different areas of ECE such as
biomedical systems, circuits,
communications, computer design,
control, distributed systems,
electromagnetics, energy, machines,
and signal processing; basic
computer tools such as SPICE,
MATLAB, and LabVIEW; basic

Introduction to Engineering
Faculty Course : Introduction to engineering
practice; rights and code of conduct for
students; professional conduct and ethics;
engineer's duty to society and the
environment; sustainable development;
occupational health and safety; overview of
the engineering disciplines taught at McGill.

laboratory instruments; laboratory

experiments and a design project.

MATH - Calculus

MATH 101 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I 3.1; 3

Limits, continuity, differentiation with application to curve
plotting; Rolle's theorem; integration with application to
area, distance, volume, arc-length; fundamental
theorem of calculus, transcendental functions. Each
MATH 102 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II 3.1; 3
Methods of integration, improper integrals, polar
coordinates, conic sections, analytic geometry in space,
parametric equations, and vector functions and their
Prerequisite: MATH 101. Each Semester
MATH 201 Calculus and Analytic Geometry III 3.1; 3
Multivariable functions, partial derivatives, cylindrical
and spherical coordinates, multiple integrals, sequences
and series, and integration in vector fields.
Prerequisite: MATH 102. Each Semester

MATH 140 Calculus 1 (3 credits)

Mathematics & Statistics (Sci) : Review of
functions and graphs. Limits, continuity,
derivative. Differentiation of elementary
functions. Antidifferentiation. Applications.

MATH 141 Calculus 2 (4 credits)

Mathematics & Statistics (Sci) : The definite
integral. Techniques of integration.
Applications. Introduction to sequences and

MATH 222 Calculus 3 (3 credits)

Mathematics & Statistics (Sci) : Taylor
series, Taylor's theorem in one and several
variables. Review of vector geometry. Partial
differentiation, directional derivative.
Extreme of functions of 2 or 3 variables.
Parametric curves and arc length. Polar and
spherical coordinates. Multiple integrals.

MATH 262 Intermediate Calculus

(3 credits)
Mathematics & Statistics (Sci) : Series and
power series, including Taylor's theorem.
Brief review of vector geometry. Vector
functions and curves. Partial differentiation
and differential calculus for vector valued

functions. Unconstrained and constrained

extremal problems. Multiple integrals
including surface area and change of

MATH Linear Algebra & Geometry

MATH 218 Elementary Linear Algebra with

Applications 3.0; 3 cr.
An introduction to linear algebra at a less theoretical
level than MATH 219. Systems of linear equations and
Gaussian elimination, vectors in Rn, matrices,
determinants, vector spaces, subspaces and dimension,
orthogonal projection and least-squares approximation,
eigenvalues, eigenvectors, and selected applications .
Students cannot receive credit for both MATH 219 and
MATH 218. Annually.
MATH 219 Linear Algebra I 3.0; 3 cr.
A rigorous introduction to linear algebra, with emphasis
on proof and conceptual reasoning. Vector spaces,
linear transformations and their matrix representation,
linear independence, bases and dimension, rank-nullity,
systems of linear equations, brief discussion of inner
products, projections, orthonormal bases, change of
basis, determinants, eigenvalues, eigenvectors, and
spectral theorem. Students cannot receive credit for
both MATH 219 and MATH 218. Annually.
MATH 220 Linear Algebra II 3.0; 3 cr.
A deeper study of determinants, inner product spaces,
and eigenvalue theory. Adjoints and the spectral
theorem, primary decomposition, quotient spaces,
diagonalization, triangularization, rational and Jordan
forms, connection with modules over a PID, dual
spaces, bilinear forms, and tensors.

MATH 133 Linear Algebra and

Geometry (3 credits)
Mathematics & Statistics (Sci) : Systems of
linear equations, matrices, inverses,
determinants; geometric vectors in three
dimensions, dot product, cross product, lines
and planes; introduction to vector spaces,
linear dependence and independence, bases;
quadratic loci in two and three dimensions.

CCOM 206 Communication in

Engineering (3 credits)
Written and oral communication in
Engineering (in English): strategies for

generating, developing, organizing, and

presenting ideas in a technical setting;
problem-solving; communicating to
different audiences; editing and revising;
and public speaking. Course work based on
academic, technical, and professional
writing in engineering.


MATH 202 Differential Equations 3.0; 3 cr.

Surface integrals, Stokes theorem, divergence theorem;
first-order differential equations, linear
differential equations, series solutions, Bessels and
Legendres functions, Laplace transform, and
systems. Prerequisite: MATH 201. Each Semester
MATH 212 Introductory Partial Differential Equations
3.0, 3 cr.
Partial differential equations as mathematical models in
science, Fourier series, Fourier inversion,
Gibbs phenomenon, applications of Fourier series to
partial differential equations (heat equation,
Laplace equation, wave equation), Sturm-Liouville
Systems, Fourier and Laplace transforms and
applications to partial differential equations, pointwise
and uniform convergence of sequences and
series of functions. Prerequisites: MATH 201, MATH
202. For non-Math majors. No credit given for MATH
212 and MATH 224.
MATH 215 Introduction to Differential Geometry 3.0;
3 cr.
Parameterized curves and the Frenet-Serret frame,
fundamental theorem for curves, isoperimetric
inequality, regular surfaces, Gauss map and the
fundamental forms, curvature, geodesics and parallel
transport, Gauss-Bonnet theorem.
Prerequisite: MATH 201 and MATH 218/219, or consent
of instructor. Biennially.

MATH 263 Ordinary Differential

Equations for Engineers (3
Mathematics & Statistics (Sci) : First order
ODEs. Second and higher order linear ODEs.
Series solutions at ordinary and regular
singular points. Laplace transforms. Linear
systems of differential equations with a short
review of linear algebra.