Fall 2023 Courses

What's coming up for the Fall 2023 semester!

CORE III and Calculus 3 - A Semester of Trilogies!

Check out the Fall 2023 courses, updates coming to both!

CORE III - Histories of the Present - Living in a World of Numbers

Course Catalogue Description:

In an age when we are bombarded with numbers, it is important to explore what stories are being told and how the numbers we observe are being formulated. We will investigate the interdisciplinary nature of dealing with numbers, considering a variety of disciplines and applications to life. Topics we will explore include social justice, journalism, disease outbreaks, politics, and more. 

Students will be encouraged to choose a field which interests them, then explore the field's use of numbers to communicate findings. Together we will examine various uses of numbers, looking for similarities and differences. Students will learn some basic analysis tools used across many disciplines, allowing students to understand presented results. Additionally, students will learn about different basic methods to create their own numbers, models, and analyses. With these skills students will then formulate their own findings, creating their own interdisciplinary work.

If you want to see a Final Project from Fall 2020, click the class logo!

Math 032 - Calculus III

Course Catalogue Description:

This is the third course of a standard three-course sequence in calculus. The course covers calculus of multivariable and vector-valued functions. Topics include partial derivatives, the gradient, Lagrange multipliers, multiple integrals, change of variables, parameterized curves and surfaces, vector fields, line integrals, flux integrals, Green’s Theorem, the Divergence Theorem, and Stokes’ Theorem.