This University of Calgary course (MATH 265) is an introductory calculus course covering limits, derivatives, and integrals, the calculus of exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions. Applications include curve sketching, optimization, exponential growth and decay, Taylor polynomials, fundamental theorem of calculus, improper integrals and an introduction to partial differentiation. MATH 265 is a program requirement at the University of Calgary in the faculties of Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Computer Science, Geoscience, Mathematics and Statistics, Environmental Science, Natural Sciences, Neuroscience, Physics and Astronomy, Geography, Psychology, Earth Sciences, Economics, BComm, Biomedical Sciences, Bioinformatics, BSc in Exercise and Health Physiology, BEd Education (Math Specialty).
See an example of the regular semester course outline for further information but note that the summer course will run slightly differently. Details will be discussed at the beginning of the course.
- Get a jump start on your post-secondary education while still in high school
- Build confidence through developing learning strategies and skills that support your learning transitions
- Experience post-secondary learning while completing this course which is a prerequisite course for a number of programs at the University of Calgary
- Taught by U of C instructors with experience in student transitions to post-secondary educational experiences and environments
- Earn high school credits and post-secondary credits