MATH-101

Differential Calculus

CREDITS: 3
LENGTH: 15 weeks
CAMPUS: Prince George - Quesnel
REQUISITES: Prerequisite: PREC-12, MATH-100, or MATH-050, or equivalent minimum C
 
DESCRIPTION:
This course is an introduction to the theory, techniques, and applications of differential calculus. It constitutes the first half of the two-semester first-year calculus sequence for students studying pure or applied science. Together, Math 101 and Math 102 satisfy the first-year mathematics requirement in all university transfer science and applied science programs. Topics include theory of limits, continuous and differentiable functions, algebraic and transcendental functions, basic optimization theory, and applications.

Course Schedule

ID SEMESTER CAMPUS DELIVERY LOCATION INSTRUCTOR STARTS ENDS MEETS
001 Fall 2021 Prince George Unknown 1-314, 1-514 N. Buck September 7 December 17 M Tu Th F 8:00AM W 8:00AM
201 Fall 2021 Quesnel Unknown S202, S205, S205 E. Gregory September 7 December 17 M Tu Th 1:00PM F 1:00PM W 11:30AM
002 Fall 2021 Prince George Unknown ONLINE, ONLINE, ONLINE N. Buck September 7 December 17 Tu Th 10:00AM W 8:00AM
001 Spring 2022 Prince George Unknown 1-310A N. Buck January 4 April 22 M Tu Th F 2:00PM
002 Spring 2022 Prince George Unknown ONLINE, ONLINE N. Buck January 4 April 22 Tu Th 8:00AM

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