Fall 2021 - Calculus-Based Statistics Course Academic CreditsOur Calculus-Based Statistics = Probability Theory course via Distance Calculus @ Roger Williams University is offered 24/7/365, with on-demand enrollment, so you can start today, or during the Fall 2021 if you wish. With 1 year to finish from your enrollment date, you have maximum flexibility to finish the course on your timeline.
Summers should be for surfing or swimming, and finishing your Calculus-Based Statistics course as fast as your academic skills allow will leave you more time for summer fun! Join us for Fall 2021 or squeeze in the course before you winter vacation plans kick into high gear.
All Distance Calculus courses are asynchronous in nature - so you can be on a train going through Europe this fall, and with some internet access, you can complete your Calculus-Based Statistics course while you explore the European Union on your Eurail pass!
Finishing your Calculus-Based Statistics course quickly allows you to complete prerequisites during the Fall 2021 so that when Fall 2021 arrives, you have the prequisites for your Fall 2021 courses all taken care of. Get ahead of the academic calendar curve by completing your Calculus-Based Statistics course ahead of schedule - and asynchronously so your fall plans are not interrupted!
Here is a video about our Calculus-Based Statistics course from Distance Calculus @ Roger Williams University:
Distance Calculus - Student Reviews
Date Posted: Feb 23, 2020
Review by: Carl Conners
Courses Completed: Multivariable Calculus, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra
Review: After a really rough first year of calculus, I completed all of the second year calculus courses with Distance Calculus. It was like night and day the difference. My first year was so boring and monotonous. Multivariable Calculus, Differential Equations, and Linear Algebra through Distance Calculus were just so much different - so not boring at all. I thoroughly enjoyed these courses. So engaging.
Transferred Credits to: Michigan State University
Date Posted: Jan 8, 2021
Review by: Cristian Mojica
Student Email: email@example.com
Courses Completed: Probability Theory
Review: A fantastic course! I was able to complete it in about half a year (with a few gaps) alongside other coursework I was completing. There are no deadlines except the one-year mark after registering, so you work at your own rate and schedule. Probability Theory is required for me to apply to Master's programs in Statistics, so I was glad when I found Distance Calculus. While the course was slightly less difficult than I originally expected, there were parts that definitely slowed me down and made me think. (Also, although calculus is not everywhere in the course, it is everywhere in normal and exponential variables and beyond, so make sure to review derivatives and integrals (single and double)!) I used Mathematica for my software, and it helped speed along calculations and proved to be the perfect stage and tool for this material. I think visual learners will absolutely revel in how the material is presented in this course. (I know I did!) As there is plenty of writing and calculation to do, you have many opportunities to develop and strengthen your voice as a mathematician. The modern format of 80% electronic notebook work and 20% handwritten work is an excellent mixture for studying probability theory and grasping its core ideas. Dr. Curtis is clear in his answers to any questions and concerns you may have and is highly responsive to email and chat, and to responses you leave in your notebooks. He truly wants to help you and to see you succeed, and he is always on your side. I highly recommend Probability Theory with Distance Calculus!
Date Posted: May 3, 2020
Review by: Andris H.
Courses Completed: Applied Calculus
Review: I found out from my MBA program that I needed to finish calculus before starting the MBA. They told me 3 weeks before term started! I was able to finish Applied Calculus from Distance Calculus. Definitely a great class. Thanks Distance Calculus!
Transferred Credits to: SUNY Stony Brook