Special Bridge Course: Calculus III - 3 Credit Hours
Most of the U.S. collegiate academic system is on a 4-credit hour semester model.The standard first year of Calculus is usually split into: Calculus I and Calculus II.
But not all U.S. schools are on a 4-credit hour semester model. Some schools are on 3-credit hour semesters, some are on 5-credit hour quarters, etc.
For those students in a different credit hour system, usually the 4 credit hour courses will transfer, usually being "a little more" than their intended transfer course.
One distinctive case has been the student who has completed Calculus I (differentiation) and Calculus II (integration) under a quarter system or a 3-credit hour semester system, and wishes to take Calculus III (Sequences, Series, Introduction to 3D Calculus).
The equivalency of these courses is shown in the following table
4-credit Semester | 3-credit Semester/Quarters | |
---|---|---|
Calculus I | Calculus I | |
Calculus II | ||
Calculus II | ||
Calculus III | ||
Examples of the Curriculum
Below are some PDF "print outs" of a few of the LiveMathâ„¢ notebooks from Calculus&LiveMathâ„¢ by Davis/Porta/Uhl. Included as well is an example homework notebook completed by a student in the course, demonstrating how the homework notebooks become the "common blackboards" that the students and instructor both write on in their "conversation" about the notebook.- Homework Notebook Example: 3.02.G6
- Homework Help Movie:
Course Catalog Listing
Course Description: Applications of differential and integral calculus to improper integrals, infinite series, conics, polar coordinates, and vector analysis. Prerequisite: MAT 2520.
Prerequisite: Calculus II
Detailed Course Syllabus in PDF