All Distance Calculus Courses
Distance Calculus offers university-level mathematics courses via Roger Williams University - University College - in Rhode Island, USA
Distance Calculus offers the common first and second year university level courses, with two new upper-division courses:
- Freshman-Level Courses:
These courses are the "Survey of Calculus" or "Liberal Arts Calculus" courses that are a notch below the STEM/Engineering Calculus Sequence. They only differ with various applications of calculus modules that are more interesting for these two distinct groups of students seeking a "Single Course in Differential or Integral Calculus"
These are the standard freshman year calculus courses, for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) majors.
- Askew To Calculus:
These courses are often offered in college/university at the below-Engineering Calculus level, although many students take these courses in their high schools.
A common course for business or economics majors that includes many topics from mathematics combined into a single course.
A common course for computer science majors.
- Sophomore Year Calculus:
- DMAT 335: Multivariable Calculus
- DMAT 321: Differential Equations
- DMAT 335: Linear Algebra
- DMAT 311: Probability Theory
Often called "Calculus III" or "Calculus IV" or "Vector Calculus", our course is the higher course starting with functions of many variables, then going into partial differentiation, vector fields, gradients, curls, divs, multiple integration, path and surface integrals
A standard course after Calculus II that is a first course to explore the higher topic of differential equations.
A standard course using taken as a 2nd year student, which requires Calculus II as a prerequisite, but strangely actually does not have any calculus topics in it at all.
A standard course on calculus-based statistics, required for all students going into data science.
- Honors Level Courses:
The standard first year Calculus course sequence, but at the Honors level, for those students wishing a more challenging and enriching experience.
- DMAT 356: Honors Multivariable Calculus
- DMAT 336: Honors Linear Algebra
- DMAT 322: Honors Differential Equations
The standard second year calculus sequence courses, but at the Honors level, for those students wishing a more challenging and enriching experience.
A special set of honors-level courses especially for those students heading into data science-related majors and graduate programs.
- Upper Division Courses:
Two very exciting upper division courses, offered in a computationally-based curriculum.