MATH-103 - Differential Calculus

Minimum Credits: 3 Length: 60 hours Prerequisites: Either a minimum of 65% in Math 090, Math 100, or Principles 12; or Pre-Calculus 11 AND Pre-Calculus 12 with a minimum of 65%; or Pre-Calculus 12 and a minimum of 75% in Calculus 12. Delivery Method: On-campus, Online Cost: $351.12 Lab Fees: $80.52 Total: $431.64 Course Outline: Outlines/MATH103.pdf

This course is intended for students who are pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree. Topics include: functions, limits, continuity, derivatives, their interpretation, differentiation rules, techniques of differentiation, implicit differentiation, inverse functions, exponential functions, logarithms, applications of differentiation such as linear approximations, Newton’s method, related rates, analysis of graphs, and optimization, the Mean Value Theorem, definite and indefinite integrals, integration by substitution, Riemann sums, and applications of integration.

Calculus is a necessary step in any career in the sciences including Biology, Chemistry, Commerce, Computer Science, Engineering, Geology, Mathematics, Medicine, and Physics. It is also useful in any field which uses Statistics to analyze data.