Courses › Calculus I

Description

Would you like to understand the fundamental concepts of differential calculus and be able to solve optimization and related rates problems within the science domain? Do you wish to improve the clarity and rigourousness of your reasoning, and in the application of methods? If so, this course is for you.

Info

Prerequisites: Math 536 or 201-015-50 or equivalent or Mathematics Technical & Scientific Option (564 506) or Mathematics Science Option (565 506)

Hours: 75h

Ponderation: 3-2-3

Credits: 2.66

Assignments: 4

Competencies:
00UN : To apply the methods of differential calculus to the study of functions and problem solving

Option

15 - Print-based course with paper-based assignments that are sent by mail (in English)

Particularities and material requirements

Computer requirements:

  • Scientific calculator

Particularities: None

Fees

Program rate
Tuition: $150.00
Materials: $150.00
Total: $300.00

Non-program rate
Tuition: $450.00
Materials: $150.00
Total: $600.00