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  Aug 23, 2017
 
2017-2018 University Catalog [under review]
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MATH 101 - Calculus I


FDR: FM
Credits: 3


Note: Students needing this course to fulfill an FDR requirement should add to a waiting list when open; additional sections may be added. An introduction to the calculus of functions of one variable, including a study of limits, derivatives, extrema, integrals, and the fundamental theorem.

Fall 2017, MATH 101B-01: Calculus I for Beginners: A First Course (3). Prerequisite: Instructor consent. This section meets 4 hours a week and is restricted to and specially tailored for those who are beginning their study of calculus. Students who have already seen calculus, yet wish to retake it, must register for MATH 101, 101E, or 101F instead of 101B. An introduction to the calculus of functions of one variable, including a study of limits, derivatives, extrema, integrals, and the fundamental theorem. (FM) Staff.
 
Fall 2017, MATH 101E-01: Calculus I with Biology Applications (3). Prerequisite: Instructor consent. Corequisite: BIOL 111 or CHEM 110. This section meets 4 hours a week and has a strong emphasis on biological applications, and is intended to benefit students interested in biological majors and health-related careers. It is designed and specially tailored for First-Years who took high school biology and who are taking a lab-science course concurrently. It is intended both for those students who are beginning their study of calculus and for those who have seen some calculus but want to start over at the beginning of the calculus sequence. Mathematical concepts include the study of limits, derivatives, extrema, integrals, and the fundamental theorem of calculus. This section meets four days per week. (FM) Toporikova.
 
Fall 2017, MATH 101F-01: Calculus and Environmental Data (3). This section meets 3 hours a week. The course covers the same calculus material as Math 101, namely the calculus of functions of one variable, including a study of limits, derivatives, extrema, integrals, and the fundamental theorem. Applications in this section are focused on data collected by the Environmental Protection Agency and include discussions of finding an appropriate model for a data set and using calculus tools to analyze models. (FM) Staff.

 





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