4 credit(s) Calculus IA and IIA provide life science students with a foundation in calculus based mathematics. Calculus IA covers the concepts of limit and derivative in depth and also introduces the idea of the definite integral. These concepts provide tools to understand the behavior of the elementary algebraic and transcendental functions. There is a strong emphasis in this course on the applications of calculus to the biological sciences.
Prerequisite(s):MATH 105 or MATH 110. Attribute: (ATTR: ARTS, BIBS, BIBA, BIED, CAQ, CDQ, UNSC, UNSE)