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MATH 1554. Linear Algebra. 4 Credit Hours.

Linear algebra eigenvalues, eigenvectors, applications to linear systems, least squares, diagnolization, quadratic forms.

Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/neuroscience-bs/

...MATH 1553 (2 cr.) is preferred but MATH 1554 (Linear Algebra, 4 cr.) or MATH...

Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering - Economic and Financial Systems

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/industrial-engineering-economic-financial-systems-bs/

The principal strength of the academic program leading to the Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering (BS IE) is its blend of mathematics, physical sciences and business applications. The methodology foundation is built on probability, optimization, statistics, computing, and economics. The program features a unique concentration system that allows students to get a broad industrial engineering education and to specialize in areas such as

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science - Thread: Theory & Media

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/theory-media-computer-science-bs/

The Threads™ represent partial paths through the curriculum. Thus, a student weaves a degree from these Threads. Students are not forced to make Thread decisions very early in their academic careers; however, they may if they want. We define the Threads so they are flexible enough to allow for a variety of technical and creative experiences. Threads are coherent enough that students develop computing skills even if their focus shifts as they go along.

Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering - General

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/industrial-engineering-general-bs/

...complete MATH 1554 and MATH 2550 to satisfy math requirements. If MATH 1554 / MATH 2550...

Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering - Quality and Statistics

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/industrial-engineering-quality-statistics-bs/

The principal strength of the academic program leading to the Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering (BS IE) is its blend of mathematics, physical sciences and business applications. The methodology foundation is built on probability, optimization, statistics, computing, and economics. The program features a unique concentration system that allows students to get a broad industrial engineering education and to specialize in areas such as

Bachelor of Science in Applied Languages and Intercultural Studies - Russian

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/applied-language-intercultural-studies-russian-bs/

The School of Modern Languages offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Languages and Intercultural Studies, with separate language concentrations in Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Russian, and Spanish. The ALIS degree program delivers foreign language study in the many contexts in which other languages are spoken (including social and technical communication, cultural perspectives, industry, arts and literature, media and science) that will provide students with the competitive edge needed to meet 21st century language requirements of the global marketplace. Since this degree couples language and cultural development with studies in another discipline at Georgia Tech, graduates are expected to join the workforce in many different camps: international trade, management, operations and logistics, journalism, advertising and publicity, local and national government, not-for-profit entities, medicine, media, virtual world development, website design, among others. Students in this program take 33 credit hours of advanced language study in the areas of Societies and Cultures, Industry and Technology, Arts and Media, and Advanced Language Acquisition. In addition, students must complete a 15 credit hour concentration in an approved cluster or minor program. A total of 12 credit hours in the language or cluster areas must be completed abroad.

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science - Thread: Theory & Systems and Architecture

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/theory-systems-architecture-computer-science-bs/

The Threads™ represent partial paths through the curriculum. Thus, a student weaves a degree from these Threads. Students are not forced to make Thread decisions very early in their academic careers; however, they may if they want. We define the Threads so they are flexible enough to allow for a variety of technical and creative experiences. Threads are coherent enough that students develop computing skills even if their focus shifts as they go along.