Below we offer brief descriptions and course web pages, for three high-enrollment undergraduate courses offered by our department. Additional information about all the other undergraduate and graduate courses can be found in the catalog (see web page).
Description: Functions, limits of functions, derivatives and applications, and introduction to the integral. Applications of the integral, inverse trigonometric functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, techniques of integration, indeterminate forms and improper integrals, sequence, and series. Conics, parametric equations and polar coordinates, vectors and vector- valued functions, multivariate calculus.
Web page: http://math.etsu.edu/calculus/
Description: Descriptive statistics and its relevance, including probability, experimentation, measurement, sampling and surveys, informal statistical inference, and hypothesis testing are included.
Web page: http://math.etsu.edu/1530/
Learning Support in Math
Description: Real number sense and operations; operations with algebraic expressions; analyzing graphs; solving linear equations and proportions; modeling and critical thinking. Exact topics will be determined by a student's diagnostic test score (given at the first class meeting).