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Complex Systems Undergrad Courses

CMPLXSYS 250/ENVIRON 250/PUBPOL25

CMPLXSYS 251/SOC 251

CMPLXSYS 260 / SOC 260

CMPLXSYS 270

CMPLXSYS 391/POLSCi 391

CMPLXSYS 399

CMPLXSYS 425

CMPLXSYS 435 / EEB 435

CMPLXSYS 445/BIOPHYSICS 445/PHYSICS 445

CMPLXSYS 466/EEB 466/MATH 466



Social Systems & Energy

Computational Social Science

Tipping Points, Bandwagons and Cascades

Agent-Based Modeling

Modeling Political Processes 

Complex Systems Independent Study

Evolution In Silico

Ecological Networks

Intro. to Inf. Theory for the Natural Sciences

Mathematical Ecology

 

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