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EGR 101 (Engineering 101)

Information and resources for UAH students in the EGR 101 course (formerly ENG 101).

MATLAB describes MATLAB as "a high-level language and interactive environment that enables you to perform computationally intensive tasks faster than with traditional programming languages such as C, C++, and Fortran."

Within the UAH Library (LIB), MATLAB 2023a is available on the Windows PCs on the first floor.  (You can view the full software list for those PCs here.)

In Olin B. King Technology Hall (OKT), MATLAB is available on the PCs in many of the Engineering computer labs on the first and second floors. For example, you can use MATLAB in lab N204 as well as in other classroom labs when they are not otherwise in use: lab S208, etc. (Note that the computer labs on the third floor of OKT are operated by the Computer Science department, and may not be available unless you are registered in those classes.)

Currently (as of 09-Jan-2024), current UAH students (and faculty & staff) are eligible to download & install MATLAB. Visit Chargerware for more information, including instructions and the UAH product key. 

MATLAB Resources

From Mathworks:


From other sources:

O'Reilly Resources

In addition to the other Excel resources listed on this page, UAH students and employees also have access to the O'Reilly for Higher Education database.

For more information, see the O'Reilly sub-page here (link).

UAH Library books & e-books about MATLAB

The UAH Library contains many books and e-books about MATLAB. In three helpful links:

  • Click here to perform your own search in the UAH Primo Pathfinder discovery system.
  • Click here to view a complete list of UAH Library books and e-books about MATLAB.
  • Click here to view a list of UAH Library e-books about MATLAB.

You can also view the e-books subject guide here for more information about e-books in the library collection.

Please note that the following list contains only a few of the titles available in the UAH Library.  You can click on each title to go to the record for that book (either to see whether the print book is available, or to view the e-book).

If your search does not find enough results, you can contact the library's Research Help Desk for assistance. (Contact info can be found on the Ask Us Anything! page.)

Again, you can click here for a complete list of UAH Library books and e-books about MATLAB.