2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog *As of 03/01/2024 
    
    Apr 19, 2024  
2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog *As of 03/01/2024
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MATH 112 Calculus I

Credit 4
Honors
This course covers differential calculus of functions of one variable, graphing, and differentiation algebraic and transcendental functions. This course also covers limits, continuity, and the Mean Value Theorem and applications, as well as maximizing and minimizing functions, related rate, approximation applications, and an introduction to integration. The Honors course section is designed to go beyond the content of the usual Calculus I course through the use of a more rigorous axiomatic approach where students are required to prove key theorems and utilize these proofs of corollaries. Furthermore, students will utilize key concepts in advanced applications not typically covered in Calculus I courses. Prerequisite(s): MATH 110   or MATH 111   with a grade of at least ‘C’ or permission of the Department obtained by receiving a satisfactory score on an approved University Math Placement instrument. Satisfies GEN ED Area IV: Mathematics.



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