Formulation of mathematical models for engineering systems; applying mass, momentum, and energy balances to derive governing differential equations; solution of differential equations and eigenvalue problems typically encountered within an engineering context; fitting linear and nonlinear models to experimental data; concepts in probability and statistics. 150 minutes lecture/discussion per week. Prerequisite: PHYS 2220. Class Notes: Requires $5 course material fee. Enrollment Requirements: Main Campus Prerequisite: PHYS 2220 or 222; MATH 2320 or 2520 or 202 or 232 with a C- or better.