4410 ENSC - Environmental Modeling & System Dynamics (3)
Prerequisites: Math 1200 College Algebra and Trigonometry II The environment can be considered as a large, comprehensive system composed of consistently changing dynamic parts. This course is an introduction to the modern method of scientific study through computational modeling, with a particular focus on systems dynamics - an approach that is well suited for many environmental applications. There is an emphasis on the reasoning necessary to interpret, critique and ultimately create simplified models of complex environmental systems.
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