Contact Info
Department of Applied Mathematics
University of Waterloo
Waterloo, Ontario
Canada N2L 3G1
Phone: 5198884567, ext. 32700
Fax: 5197464319
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Fall term = F
Winter term = W
Spring term = S
Course 
Term 
Title 
CrossListing 

AMATH 231  F, W, S  Calculus 4  ~ 
AMATH 242  W, S  Intro to Computational Mathematics  CM 271, CS 371 
AMATH 250  F, W, S  Introduction to Differential Equations  ~ 
AMATH 251  F  Introduction to Differential Equations (Advanced Level)  ~ 
AMATH 271  F  Introduction to Theoretical Mechanics  ~ 


AMATH 331  F, W  Applied Real Analysis  PMATH 331 
AMATH 332  W, S  Applied Complex Analysis  PMATH 332 
AMATH 342  F, W  Computational Methods for DEs  CM 352 
AMATH 343  F  Discrete Models in Applied Mathematics  
AMATH 350  F, W  Differential Equations for Business and Economics  ~ 
AMATH 351  F, S  Ordinary Differential Equations 2  ~ 
AMATH 353  W, S  Partial Differential Equations 1  ~ 
AMATH 361  W  Continuum Mechanics  ~ 
AMATH 373  W  Quantum Theory 1  ~ 
AMATH 382  W (even)  Computational Modelling of Cellular Systems  BIOL 382 
AMATH 383  W (odd) 
Introduction to Mathematical Biology 
~ 
AMATH 390  F (even) 
Mathematics and Music 
~ 
AMATH 391  F (odd)  Fourier to Wavelets  ~ 


AMATH 442  F  Computational Methods for PDEs  CM 452 
AMATH 451  W  Intro to Dynamical Systems  ~ 
AMATH 453  F (odd)  Partial Differential Equations 2  ~ 
AMATH 455  W  Control Theory  ~ 
AMATH 456  F  Calculus of Variations  ~ 
AMATH 463  F  Fluid Mechanics  ~ 
AMATH 473  F  Quantum Theory 2  PHYS 454 
AMATH 474  W  Quantum Theory 3: Quantum Information and Foundations  PHYS 484 
AMATH 475  W  Intro to General Relativity 
PHYS 476 
AMATH 477  F (odd)  Introduction to Applied Stochastic Processes  ~ 
AMATH 495  ~  Reading Course  ~ 
Contact Info
Department of Applied Mathematics
University of Waterloo
Waterloo, Ontario
Canada N2L 3G1
Phone: 5198884567, ext. 32700
Fax: 5197464319
PDF files require Adobe Acrobat Reader
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