** Lecture I ** (August 29) -
** Homework I
** (September 7) -
** Lecture II ** (August 31) -
** Homework II
** (September 14) -
** Lecture III ** (September 12) -
** Homework III
** (September 21) -
** Lecture IV **
(September 19) -
** Homework IV
** (October 5) -
** Lecture V **
(September 26) -
** Homework V ** (October 19) -
** Lecture VI ** (October 17) -
** Homework VI
** (October 26) -
** Lecture VII **
(October 24) -
** Homework VII
** (November 2) -
** Lecture VIII **
(October 31) -
** Homework VIII
** (November 9) -
** Lecture IX ** (November 14) -
** Homework IX ** (November 16) -
** Lecture X **
(November 21) -
** Homework X **
(November 22) -
** Lecture XI **
(November 28) -
** Homework XI **
(November 30) -
** Lecture XII
** (December 5) -
** Homework XII **
(December 7) -

Midterm exams: October 6, November 7, and December 12

Final exam: December 19 (3:45 - 5:45 pm)

Main textbook: L. A. Anchordoqui and T. C. Paul "Mathematical Models of Physics Problems" (Nova Publishers, 2013)

Extra textbooks:
G. F. D. Duff and D. Naylor, "Differential Equations of
Applied Mathematics," (John Wiley & Sons, 1966)

G. B. Arfken, "Mathematical Methods for Physicists" (Academic Press, 1966)