Course CostSemester: Spring 2024
Credit Hours: 4.0
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This first course in calculus presents analytic geometry and the calculus of algebraic and transcendental functions including the study of limits, derivatives, differentials and an introduction to integration. The techniques of calculus will be used to analyze functions and their graphs, solve real-world applications, develop computational and numerical methods, and analyze the relationship between differentiation and integration using the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus.
Prereq: C or better in MTH111 and 112; or C or better in MTH129 and MTH130; or C or better in MTH130 and required placement score; or placement by appropriate measures.
IAI: M1 900-1, MTH 901.
|Status||Days||Times||Location||Instructor||Meeting Times||Duration||Books / Materials||Ticket #||CRN|
|Open||MW||12:30pm-2:10pm||Kifowit, Dr. Steve||Day Classes||Standard 16-Week||View||
|Open||TTh||2:00pm-3:40pm||Luvsandash, Khulan||Day Classes||Standard 16-Week||View||
Instruction occurs exclusively online, through the Canvas learning management system, for the duration of the course. Online courses are delivered in an asynchronous manner, which means that students learn from instruction, such as prerecorded video lessons and assigned learning tasks, that is not delivered in-person or in real-time.
|Ozarka, Chris||Standard 16-Week||View||