NonMajor Studies
NonMajor Courses at Montana State University
Engineering Statistics, EGEN350 An overview of data variability and applied statistical experimental design with analysis techniques for a broad range of engineering disciplines. Topics include essential probability distributions, experimental design strategies, hypothesis testing, and regression with applications to traditional engineering functions. 

MultiDiscipline Engineering Design, EGEN310
Introduces engineering students to topics such as design process, creative design, project management, teamwork, and technical leadership while highlighting the skills needed to work in an multidisciplinary environment. 

C Programming, CS210 C Programming knowledge. Introduces imperative programming and the C standard library. Course covers pointers, memory management and structures. 

Java Programming, CS111
Introduction to programming: program design, analysis, and implementation in Java, including I/O, assignment, decision, iteration, scalar types, arrays, control structures, methods, classes, and common data types. No previous programming experience required. 

Differential Equations (Calc IV), M274 An introduction to qualitative, quantitative, and numerical methods for ordinary differential equations. Topics include modeling via differential equations, linear and nonlinear first order differential equations and systems, elementary phase plane analysis, forced oscillations, and Laplace transform techniques. 

Engineering Mechanics: Statics, EM251
Equilibrium of particles and rigid bodies; static analysis of structures including trusses, beams, frames and machines; coulomb friction; area and mass centroids, moments and products of inertia. 




NonMajor Courses at University of Montana
Scientific Statistics, MAT220 An overview of data variability and applied statistical experimental design with analysis techniques for a broad range of engineering disciplines. Topics include essential probability distributions, experimental design strategies, hypothesis testing, and regression with applications to traditional engineering functions. 

Calc I Based Physics, PHSX215
This course satisfies the lecture and lab portions of medical and technical school requirements in general physics. Mechanics, fluids, waves and sound. 

Calc II Based Physics, PHSX217 This course satisfies the lecture and lab portions of medical and technical school requirements in general physics. Heat, electricity, magnetism, and light. 

College Chemistry II, CHMY143
A continuation of CHMY 141N. 

College Chemistry I, CHMY141 For science majors and other students intending to take more than one year of chemistry. Properties of elements, inorganic compounds, liquid solutions, chemical equilibria and chemical kinetics. 

Multivariable Calculus (Calculus III ), M273
Calculus of functions of several variables; differentiation and elementary integration. Vectors in the plane and space. 

Calculus II, M172 Techniques of Integration. Area computations. Improper integrals. Infinite series and various convergence tests. Power series. Taylor's Formula. Polar coordinates. Parametric curves. 

Calculus I, M171
Differential calculus, including limits, continuous functions, Intermediate Value Theorem, tangents, linear approximation, inverse functions, implicit differentiation, extreme values and the Mean Value Theorem. Integral Calculus including antiderivatives, definite integrals, and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. 

Undergraduate Research and Teaching Chemistry, CHMY390/392 Methods of peerled team learning as applied to general chemistry instruction. Review of concepts from general chemistry. Student leaders mentor a team of general chemistry students in working toward constructing chemistry knowledge and developing problemsolving skills. 

