MATH 2110 - Calculus I
Prerequisites: MATH 1040 with a minimum C grade, or MATH 1081 and MATH 1083 both with a minimum C grade, or MATH 1082 and MATH 1083 both with a minimum C grade, or ESM 1082 and MATH 1083 both with a minimum C grade, or satisfactory score on placement examination; students with a grade of less than B- in either MATH 1040, or in one of MATH 1081 or MATH 1083, or in one of MATH 1082 or MATH 1083, or in one of ESM 1082 or MATH 1083 must enroll concurrently in MATH 2111. Functions, graphs, limits, continuity, derivatives, applications of the derivative, anti-differentiation, definite integral, Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, integration by substitution, applications of the integral. Graded ABCDF.
(GE B4, Not to list as GE B4 , but can be double counted to meet major requirement,)
CI-D MATH 210/MATH 211/MATH 900S:
To receive full transfer credit, student must take both MATH 2110 and MATH 2120.
The University course listed above articulates with any California Community College (CCC) course that is approved by the C-ID program and given the corresponding “C-ID Course” designation listed here. The articulation is one-way articulation, meaning the approved community college course will articulate for the indicated course credit at the four-year university. Articulation does NOT apply from the four-year institution to the community college or between the four-year institutions.
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