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Complex Systems Courses Offered Fall 2024

CMPLXSYS 100 Intro to Complexity

CMPLXSYS  250 Energy and Climate Change: Technology, Markets and Policy (cross listed with ENVIRON 250 & PUBPOL 250)

CMPLXSYS 251 Computational Social Sciences

CMPLXSYS 270 Agent-Based Modeling

CMPLXSYS 335 Introduction to Network Science

CMPLXSYS 391 Introduction to Modeling Political Processes

CMPLXSYS 401 History and Philosophy of Complex Systems

CMPLXSYS 445 Entropy and Information: Concepts and Applications

CMPLXSYS 541 Introduction to Nonlinear Dynamics and the Physics of Complexity

Please note - 500 level courses may be taken by undergraduates. Most courses have no pre-requisites (though some have recommendations). Please also note that 400 level courses can count toward the Complex Systems Graduate Certificate. CMPLXSYS 399 and CMPLXSYS 599 Independent studies courses are available and need to be arranged by the student with a faculty member.