College Calculus (3177): (1 weighted high school math credit)
This course covers 2 semesters of university-level calculus for scientists and engineers, emphasizing understanding and application. The first semester covers limits and continuity of functions, techniques and applications of differentiation, and introduces integration. The second semester covers applications and advanced techniques of integration, differential equations, sequences and series, and analytical geometry. Upon completion of this course, students will understand both the geometric and rate of change analyses of differential and integral calculus. Students will apply their understanding of calculus to modeling real-world situations mathematically and be able to solve those mathematical models. Successful completion of this course will prepare students to enroll in multivariable calculus / linear algebra.
Differential Equations (3179): (1 weighted high school math credit)
The first semester the emphasis will be on Ordinary Differential Equations (ODE). Partial Differential Equations (PDE) at the end of the first semester and conclude the second semester by looking at modeling the four fundamental forces and other applied topics. The construction of mathematical models to address real-world problems has been one of the most important aspects of each of the branches of science.
Prerequisites: Calculus I and Calculus II
M.S., St. Petersburg Institute of Economics, 1992
New Horizons GSST
Thomas Nelson Community College STEM
William & Mary SEP