ONGOING ACADEMIC ENROLLMENT @ ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY IS OPEN!

Calculus Academic Credits Fast!

Distance Calculus offers its courses in Flexible Enrollment so that you may start your course at any time, and finish your course as quickly as your skills allow.

Many of our students are seeking academic Calculus credits for applications to graduate schools, as well as supplementing their regular academic coursework.

Distance Calculus is purely asynchronous - no fixed meeting times, no required lecture attendence, no penalizing due dates. This course format is often perfect for working adults.

Distance Calculus is not a MOOC (Coursera, EdX, etc.). Distance Calculus courses grant real, transferable academic credits from Roger Williams University in Providence, Rhode Island, USA.

  • Enroll and Start The Course at any time! Complete in weeks or months, or up to 1 Year
  • Intensive Student and Instructor Communication
  • Modern Curriculum - NO MULTIPLE CHOICE
  • Course Completion Results in Academic Transcript from Accredited US University
  • 80% Computer Algebra System - 20% Hand Calculations - the right modern mix!
  • Mastery Learning Format means you will succeed
  • NO "COURSE SYSTEM" which is popular from the publishing companies currently
  • Video teaching lectures + flipped classroom for homework collaboration with Instructors
  • Proctored Final Exams at your location
  • FAST TRACK for those students under time deadlines

Course Introductory Videos

What is Distance Calculus?

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Is Distance Calculus Right For You?

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