UNIVERSITY PREP COURSES (NON-CREDIT)
There are several reasons that students take these courses. Some have been out of school for a while and need a refresher course. Others want to increase their understanding and confidence before tackling statistics or calculus. Others don't have the formal prerequisites necessary to be allowed entry into the credit course they need.
This course covers topics from high school algebra. It satisfies the pre-requisite for:
- Math 1213 – Statistics for Business and Behavioural Sciences
- Math 1613 – General Linear Algebra
- Calculus for Business and Economics
The course is being offered in Slot 2: MWF 8:30-9:20 in the fall term.
For more details contact the Instructor at Jim.Pulsifer@acadiau.ca. Permission of the Instructor is required for entry into this course.
Note: The add date for this course is flexible! If you miss this course in the fall it MAY be possible to arrange for a self-study course.
This is a pre-calculus course. It satisfies the prerequisite for all first year math courses. The topics are chosen with the future calculus student in mind.
This course is being offered in the first term only in Slot 5: Mon, Wed, Fri 12:30-1:20pm with the studio scheduled on Thursday from 4:30-6:00pm.
For more details contact the Instructor at Caroline.Cochran@acadiau.ca. Permission of the Instructor is required for entry into this course.
THE X0 SECTION OF MATH 1013 (CALCULUS)
This section is offered to accommodate people who have been out of school for a while, or for people who find the pace of the regular calculus section too fast.
In the first term, students review Precalculus topics. The calculus topics are taught in the second term.
The course is scheduled in Slot 5, which is Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 12.30pm - 1:20pm. The studio is on Thursday from 4.30pm - 6:00pm.
Although the last day to add a regular course in the first term is September 11th, you may opt for this section of calculus up until the results of the first midterm in Math 1013 are available.
If you have any questions, contact Caroline Cochran, the instructor of this course, at Caroline.Cochran@acadiau.ca