Course List
C++ Programming

variables  decision structures  loops  functions  arrays  vectors 
Calculus 1 
functions  limits  derivatives  applications of differentiation  optimization  integrals 
Calculus 2 
integration by table  integration by substitution  integration by parts  integration by trig substitution  partial fraction decomposition  improper integrals  numerical integration  double integration  triple integration  partial derivatives 
Chemistry 
stoichiometry  ideal gas law  halflife  equilibrium  acid base buffers  acid base titrations 
Circuits 
definitions  circuit laws  current & voltage sources  series & parallel resistors  nodal analysis  mesh analysis 
Differential Equations

first order  second order 
Dynamics

linear motion  projectile motion  circular motion  kinetics  work & energy  impulse & momentum  rigid body rotation 
Linear Algebra

vectors  systems of linear equations  matrices  eigenvalues  orthogonality  complex numbers 
Mechanics of Materials

stress  strain  torsion  pure bending  composite materials  beam deflection  energy methods  columns 
Project Management

Gantt charts  PDM & CPM network diagrams  float & slack lead & lag  WBS  resource constraining  project crashing  baseline Scurves  earned value analysis  PERT 
Statics

vectors  2D static equilibrium  moments  friction  3D static equilibrium  trusses  frames & machines  centroids & distributed loads  shear force & bending moment diagrams 
Structural Analysis 
shear force & bending moment diagram review  double integration method  method of superposition  moment area method  force method  slope deflection method  three moment equation 
How to Study
The courses follow typical curriculum from engineering programs. In general, the courses fall into the following years of university studies:
1st: Calculus 1, Linear Algebra, Statics, C++, Chemistry, Circuits
2nd: Dynamics, Calculus 2, Mechanics of Materials
3rd: Differential equations, Project management
4th: Structural analysis
For learning Math, the order you should follow is: Calculus 1 & Linear Algebra, then Calculus 2, then Differential Equations.
For learning Structures, the order you should follow is: Statics & Calculus 1 & Linear Algebra, then Mechanics of Materials & Calculus 2, then Structural Analysis & Differential Equations, or at least just study the math as needed.
Additionally, Dynamics should come after Statics, with Calculus 1 & 2 as needed.
The rest (C++, Chemistry, Circuits, and Project Management) can be be studied as standalone topics.
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1st: Calculus 1, Linear Algebra, Statics, C++, Chemistry, Circuits
2nd: Dynamics, Calculus 2, Mechanics of Materials
3rd: Differential equations, Project management
4th: Structural analysis
For learning Math, the order you should follow is: Calculus 1 & Linear Algebra, then Calculus 2, then Differential Equations.
For learning Structures, the order you should follow is: Statics & Calculus 1 & Linear Algebra, then Mechanics of Materials & Calculus 2, then Structural Analysis & Differential Equations, or at least just study the math as needed.
Additionally, Dynamics should come after Statics, with Calculus 1 & 2 as needed.
The rest (C++, Chemistry, Circuits, and Project Management) can be be studied as standalone topics.
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