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Complex Systems Undergrad Courses

CMPLXSYS 250/ENVIRON 250/PUBPOL250
CMPLXSYS 260 / SOC 260
CMPLXSYS 270
CMPLXSYS 399
CMPLXSYS 425
CMPLXSYS 435 / EEB 435
CMPLXSYS 489
CMPLXSYS 489.002

 

Social Systems & Energy
Tipping Points, Bandwagons and Cascades
Agent-Based Modeling
Complex Systems Independent Study
Evolution In Silico
Ecological Networks
Topics Course in Complex Systems
Applications of Entropy and Information in the Natural Sciences

 

While the following are graduate level courses, they are open to undergraduate students and are valid as credit toward the Complex Systems Minor:

CMPLXSYS 501
CMPLXSYS 510 / MATH 550
CMPLXSYS 511
CMPLXSYS 530
CMPLXSYS 535 / PHYSICS 508
CMPLXSYS 541 / MATH 404 / PHYSICS 413

CMPLXSYS 599
An Introduction to Complex Systems
Introduction to Evolution Dynamics
Theory of Complex Systems
Computer Modeling of Complex Systems
Theory of Social and Technological Networks
Nonlinear Dynamics & Chaos with Applications in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, & Engineering
Complex Systems Independent Study