M 408C - Differential and Integral Calculus
|Course Number||Course Title||Day & Time||Course Fee||Register|
|M 408C||Differential and Integral Calculus||Online||$1100.00|
M 408C is UT's standard first-year calculus course. It is directed at students in the natural and social sciences and at engineering students. The emphasis in this course is on problem solving, not on the presentation of theoretical considerations. While the course necessarily includes some discussion of theoretical notions, its primary objective is not the production of theorem-provers. The syllabus for M408C includes most of the elementary topics in the theory of real-valued functions of a real variable: limits, continuity, derivatives, maxima and minima, integration, area under a curve, volumes of revolution, trigonometric, logarithmic and exponential functions and techniques of integration.
This course is independent study and is self-paced. Students have five months upon registration in which to complete all coursework. Exams must be taken in person at an approved testing center (learn more). Proctoring fees vary by site and are not included in the course fee.
Textbook(s) and Materials:
Stewart, J. Calculus Early Transcendentals, 8th edition. Belmont, CA: Brooks Cole. 2012. ISBN: 9781285741550. The format of the book is unimportant (ebook, rental, etc.). The edition of the book is important. The "Early Transcendentals" part is also important.
A Quest subscription is required and costs $30. A link for this is provided within the course.
An appropriate score on the mathematics placement exam or Mathematics 305G with a grade of at least B-. Students must have the approval of the University Extension advisor to enroll in this course. See more information about Course Approvals.