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University of Science and Technology of Southern Philippines SYLLABUS

(Formerly Mindanao University of Science and Technology) Course Title: Numerical Methods and Analysis
College: College of Engineering and Architecture Course Code: Math41
Department: Electrical Engineering Credits: 3
USTP Vision Semester/Year: 1st Sem, S.Y.2017-2018 Prerequisite(s): Math38 (Differential Equations)
A nationally - recognized Science Bldg/Rm no.: Co-requisite(s):
and Technology University Instructor: Ellen Jane G. Gulben Consultation Schedule:
providing the vital link between Bldg./Rm:
education and the economy. Mobile no.: 09272583470 Office Phone no./Local:
I. Course Description:
USTP Mission Numerical Methods and Analysis introduces concepts and techniques by which mathematical problems are formulated so that they can be
 Bring the world of work solved by arithmetic operations aided by programming software’s (e.g. Excel VBA and MATLAB).
(industry) into the actual higher II. Course Outcomes (CO) Program Outcomes (PO)
education and training of At the end of this course the students will be able to: a b c d e f g h i j k l m
students; CO1: discuss, solve and explain: 1) how to formulate problems as a
 Offer entrepreneurs the mathematical model; and 2) how the different types of errors are I I I I
opportunity to maximize their generated and resolved.
business potentials through a CO2: discuss, solve and explain: 1) how to define the roots of an
gamut of services from product equation through various methods; and 2) how to get efficient I I I I
conceptualization to means/ways to obtain the answers.
commercialization; CO3: discuss, solve and explain various techniques in solving linear
 Contribute significantly to the algebraic systems. Students will be able to design software algorithms.
national development goals of CO4: discuss, solve and explain techniques how to fit curves to obtain
food security and energy intermediate estimates, the applications known as curve fitting.
sufficiency through Technology Students will be able to design software algorithms.

Program Educational Objectives:

Three to Five years from
PEO1: The graduates are industry-
competent electrical practitioners.
PEO2: The graduates are significant III. Course Outline:
contributors to the national
development through electrical Cours
engineering solutions and innovations. Allott e
Intended Learning Suggested Teaching-Learning Assessment Grading Rem
ed Outc Topic/s
PEO3: The graduates are thought Outcomes(ILO) Readings Activities Tasks/Tools Criteria ark
Time omes
leaders and catalyst for improvement
in the industry, business, and
The students will be Basic Quantities Chapter1-2 1. Lecture/Discussion 1. Quizzes (see rubrics
able to discuss and Introduction to of [1] Sample problem 2. Seatwork for quizzes/
Program Outcomes: 3. Major
explain: 1) how to Numerical Sample Exercises assignment/
The graduates of the Electrical Examinations
formulate problems as methods; exam)
Engineering 4. Assignment)
Program will be able to: a mathematical model; 5. Final Projects
14 hrs Approximationss
a. Apply knowledge of mathematics, CO1 and 2) how the (Rubrics)
and Errors;
sciences, and engineering to solve different types of Mclaurin Series
complex engineering problems errors are generated Expansion; Taylor
appropriate to the field of electrical and resolved. Series Expansion;
engineering practice. Error Propagation

b. Analyze complex electrical The students will be Roots of Chapter 5-6 1. Lecture/discussions 1. Quizzes (see rubrics
engineering problems and formulate able to discuss and Equation; of [1] 2. Team – Based 2. Seatwork for quizzes/
solutions using principles of explain: 1) how to Bracketing Learning 3. Major assignment/
mathematics and engineering methods; 3. Problem Sets and Examinations
define the roots of an exam)
sciences. Graphical method; Drills 4. Assignment
equation through Bi-section 5. Final Projects
12 hrs CO2 various methods; and method; false (Rubrics)
c. Design, implement, and evaluate
systems, components, or processes to 2) how to get position method;
meet desired needs and requirements efficient means/ways Newton-Raphson
within identified constraints. to obtain the method;
d. Design and conduct experiments,
analyze and interpret data in electrical
engineering fields specifically on 2hrs
power systems, power electronics,
renewable energy, and power
economics. The students will be Linear Algebraic Chapter 9 1. Lecture/discussions 1. Quizzes (see rubrics
able to discuss and Equations; Gauss [1] 2. Team – Based 2. Seatwork for project,
e. Apply knowledge through the use elimination; Learning 3. Major quizzes/
explain various
of current techniques, skills, modern Gauss-Jordan 3. Problem Sets and Examinations
techniques in solving assignment/
engineering tools necessary for elimination; Drills 4. Assignment
linear algebraic 4. Active and 5. Final Projects exam)
electrical engineering practice. CO3 Gauss-Seidel
12hrs systems. Students Elimination; Experiential (Rubrics)
f. Discuss contemporary issues will be able to design Learning
a. Project Based
involving societal, health, safety, software algorithms. Learning
professional, ethical, legal, and
b. Challenge Based
cultural concerning the practice of
electrical engineering profession. Learning

The students will be Curve Fitting; Chapter17, 1. Lecture/discussions 1. Quizzes (see rubrics
g. Explain the effects of electrical
able to discuss and Least-squares 21 [1] 2. Team – Based 2. Seatwork for project,
engineering solutions in a Learning 3. Major
explain techniques regression; quizzes/
comprehensive societal, economics 3. Problem Sets and Examinations
Interpolation; assignment/
and environmental context for how to fit curves to Drills 4. Assignment
sustainable development goals. obtain intermediate 4. Active and 5. Final Projects exam)
estimates, the Experiential (Rubrics)
h. Recognize professional, social, and 4hrs CO4 Learning
applications known
ethical responsibility for the practice a. Project Based
of electrical engineering profession. as curve fitting. Learning
Students will be able b. Challenge Based
i. Work effectively as an individual and to design software Learning
as a member or a leader in a trans– algorithms.
disciplinary and multi–cultural teams
recognizing the different roles within
a team to accomplish a common goal. FINAL EXAMINATION

j. Proficient in business and technical

communication, and internationally
accepted Electrical Engineering
standards. IV. Course Requirements:
 Class attendance and participation policy:
k. Use engineering and management
 Attendance refer to Student Handbook
principles as a member or a leader in a
2. Course Readings/Materials:
team, to manage projects and in
multidisciplinary environment. (a) Titles, authors, and editions of textbooks and other materials, required and recommended
1. S. C. Chapra, & R.P. Canale, Numerical Methods for Engineers, 6th edition, McGraw-Hill, New York, ©2010.
l. Recognize the need to be updated 2. J. Kiusalaas, Numerical Methods for Engineers with Matlab, Cambridge University Press, New York, ©2005.
of the developments in the specific 3. J. D. Hoffman, Numerical Methods for Engineers and Scientist, 2nd edition, Marcel Dekker Inc., New York, ©2001
field of practice of electrical 4. G. W. Collins II, Fundamental Numerical Methods and Data Analysis, internet edition, ©2003
engineering and be prepared to 5. S. C. Chapra, Applied Numerical Methods with Matlab, 3rd edition, McGraw-Hill, New York, ©2008.
engage in life – long learning (b) Supplies needed (calculators, softwares, workbooks, disks, CDs, lab supplies, art supplies, etc.)
 Whiteboard / Blackboard
m. Participate in the generation of
 Whiteboard Marker / Chalk
new knowledge and advancement of
existing knowledge, in research and  LCD Projectors
development projects, and in  Computers for Laboratory Simulations
technopreneurial activities in the  Laboratory Materials
areas of power systems, power (c) URLs for online resources
electronics, renewable energy, and 
power economics aligned to regional 3. Assignments, Assessment, and Evaluation
and national development agenda or
(a) Policy concerning homework
 6 homework/assignment in a Term
(b) Policy concerning make-up exams
 refer to student handbook
Code Descriptor (c) Policy concerning late assignments/requirements
I Introductory Course  late assignments will not be accepted
E Enabling Course (d) Preliminary information on term papers or projects, with due dates
D Demonstrative Course  late projects will be given equivalent deduction per hour
Code Definition (e) List of assignments that will impact the final grade and % weight given each
 3 assignments per term
An introductory (f) Description in detail of grading processes and criteria (how many quizzes, tests, papers; weighting of each; amount of
course to an outcome homework, etc.) or the GRADING POLICY
A course that
E strengthens the (Passing Percentage is 70%)
Periodic Grade: Grade:
A course Periodic Exam - 30 % Midterm = 50%CO1 + 50%CO2 - 50%
D demonstrating an Quizzes - 40 % Final = 20%CO1 + 40%CO2 + 40% CO3 - 50%
outcome Performance Task - 20% Final Gade = 100%
Others - 10 %
100 %
(g) Subject-to-change notice - TBA
(h)) Date and time of Midterm and Final Exam - TBA
4. Use of VLS in class to distribute course materials, to communicate and collaborate online, to post grades, to submit assignments,
and to give you online quizzes and surveys.


Every attempt is made to provide a complete syllabus that provides an accurate overview of the subject. However, circumstances and events make it necessary for the instructor to modify the syllabus during the semester. This may depend, in part, on the progress, needs, and
experiences of the students.

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