These are used to fulfill requirements in Areas I and III in
the University's Core
MATH 1101 (Mathematical Modeling): can be used to satisfy a Core I requirement for majors outside science and business.
MATH 1060 (Mathematics of Decision Making): may be used to satisfy a Core Area III requirement.
MATH 1113 (Precalculus): may be used in Core Area I or III. It is required for all students in the Terry College and all Science majors in the College of Arts and Sciences. All sections of this course will carry 3 hours of credit. However, some of these sections will be designated as intensive. Intensive sections will meet 5 hours per week; they will include more review of algebra than regular sections.
There will be two occasions for referring students to intensive precalculus sections (subject to availability):
MATH 2250 (Calculus for Science and Engineering): Students intending to major in a mathematical science, a physical science, some biological sciences, or engineering, or who wish to complete a second or third calculus course, should take this class. It satisfies Core Area I for Engineering and Core Area III for all other majors.
MATH 2400(H) (Calculus with Theory): This is the department's most rigorous and extensive calculus sequence. Enrollment is not limited to math majors, but students should be highly motivated and interested in the whys of mathematics, not just the hows. The courses stress the theoretical foundations of calculus (hence having more of a theorem/proof format than the conventional high school or college calculus course) and also include deeper applications to physics. N.B. Credit is allowed for both MATH 2250 (e.g., AP credit) and MATH 2400(H).