|NOTE:||Many science and engineering courses have Calculus I as a prerequisite. Thus if you are planning to major in the Physical Sciences, Mathematics, or Engineering take this course as early as possible.|
|General:||Math 191 is a standard first semester
calculus class intended for students majoring in the sciences. It
requires a solid understanding of basic algebra as typically taught in
high school. Before you sign up for this class check two things:
1) Does your major require Calculus I? See "Majors that require Calculus I".
2) Are you ready for it?
|Prerequisite:||Math 167 or the high school equivalent.|
|Description:||An introduction to limits, derivatives, and integrals.|
|Typical Text:||Thomas' Calculus: Early Transcendentals,
Tenth Edition* by Finney, Weir, and Giadono
*Check with instructor before purchasing text.
|Availability:||Sections are taught each semester.|