Course Purpose and Objectives:

         This course provides the student with a methodological as well as a

         theoretical approach to Calculus I.  It is intended to satisfy mathematics requirements

         for mathematics and science majors as well as the General Education requirement   

         in mathematics.  The course will cover the fundamental mathematical

         concepts of: limit, continuity, rate of change, differentiation differentials,

         optimization, graphical methods, anti- derivatives, definite integrals, integration,

         and applications of  differentiation, including related rates and area under curves

        (Chapters 1-6.2 in the above text). Students will be able to differentiate and integrate

         polynomial, rational, and trigonometric functions and develop the ability to use

         these skills to analyze and solve problems effectively and critically. 


The course begins before the arrival of Columbus to the 'New World' and concludes with the Civil War and Reconstruction Era.

Title IX is a comprehensive federal law that protects individuals from discrimination based on sex in education programs or activities which receive Federal financial assistance.  The law prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in any federally funded education program or activity.  Under Title IX, colleges are required to develop procedures to respond to claims of sexual harassment.

Salem Academy & College have education programs to promote the awareness of rape, acquaintance rape, dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking.  These education programs include primary prevention and awareness programs for all incoming college students and new employees.

The enrollment key for this course is DRAW. 

Grant Proposal Identification and Writing 

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