PYTHON PROGRAMMING IN MATH

MATH260.01

Introductory programming course in Python providing a foundational background for programming in a mathematical setting. Students will learn the basics of object orientated programming: memory storage and variable scoping, recursion, objects and classes, and basic data structures. A variety of numerical methods will be introduced, with a focus on their practical implementation, through a series of practice modules covering subjects that may include: linear algebra, machine learning, operations research, and genetics. Recommended Instructor: Staff

Prerequisite: 
prerequisite: linear algebra (Mathematics 216, 218, or 221). No programming background is required. Not open to students who have taken Computer Scien
Instructor
Autry, Eric
Time/Location
TuTh 4:40pm-5:55pm
Gross Hall 318