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MATH 201. Calculus I. 1 Credit.

Offered Both Fall and Spring; Lecture hours:4
An introduction to the calculus of algebraic, trigonometric and transcendental functions. Interpretation, significance and calculations of a derivative. Applications to geometry, biology, physics, economics, and other subjects. Introduction to the definite integral, including the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Not open to students who have taken MATH 192.

Biology (BIOL)

...has placed out of MATH 201 but not received credit, MATH 202 should be taken...

Education (EDUC)

...early childhood education, English, math, or world language...of Education or EDUC 201 Educational Psychology and...

Mathematics (MATH)

Mathematics has long been the basic language of the natural sciences, and has been studied for its own sake since ancient times. An understanding of the basics of calculus, statistics, and linear algebra has become a requirement for proficiency in many of the social sciences. The study of mathematics has its own rewards because accomplishment in the subject, even at a relatively elementary level, requires and promotes clarity of both thought and expression. For many, the study of mathematics offers entrance into an exciting world of challenges where beauty and utility coexist in balanced harmony.

Electrical Engineering (ELEC)

...following course requirements: Math Course: MATH 212 Differential Equations Science Course: CHEM 201 General Chemistry...