Program Calendar (2017/18)
MATH-103 - Differential Calculus
|MATH-103||Differential Calculus||3 - credits||$318.06|
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.
Prerequisites: Minimum grade of 65% in one of the following Math courses: MATH 090, MATH 100, Pre-Calculus 12, Principles 12, or equivalent.
Delivery Method: On-Campus Online
Lab Required: Yes - please note courses with labs are charged an additional fee of $24.34 per course credit.
Credits: 3 | Length: 60 hours | Course Outline for MATH-103
MATH-103 Differential Calculus can be found in the following programs:
- Arts and Sciences - Diploma
- Associate of Science (ASc) - Environmental Sciences - Associate Degree
- Biology and Medicine Pre-Major - Associate Degree
- Economics and Commerce Pre-Major - Associate Degree
- Engineering (transfer to UBC) - Certificate
- Engineering (transfer to UVic) - Certificate
- Science - Certificate