# Online Math Courses

Summer Session 2023

# Take an Online Math Class in Summer 2023

UConn’s Department of Math offers several fully online 3-credit Math courses to help you get ahead, save money, or catch-up. Summer online math classes are taught by UConn instructors and are delivered within an asynchronous format. You can participate at any time of day from nearly anywhere.

If you are a student from another school, you can take UConn summer classes online and transfer them to your home institution (you should check with your home institution to ensure transferability). With UConn’s online math summer courses, you’re attending classes at one of the nations top-ranked public institutions.

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#### Problem Solving (MATH 1020Q)

### MATH 1020Q

An introduction to the techniques used by mathematicians to solve problems. Skills such as Externalization (pictures and charts), Visualization (associated mental images), Simplification, Trial and Error, and Lateral Thinking learned through the study of mathematical problems. Problems drawn from combinatorics, probability, optimization, cryptology, graph theory, and fractals. Students will be encouraged to work cooperatively and to think independently. Not eligible for course credit by examination.

3.00 credits

**Prerequisites:** Recommended preparation: MATH 1011 or equivalent. Not open for credit to students who have passed any math course other than MATH 1010, 1011, 1020, 1030, 1040, 1050, 1060 or 1070. RHAG students cannot take more than 19 credits of 1000 level courses.

#### Precalculus (MATH 1060Q)

### MATH 1060Q

Preparation for calculus. Review of algebra. Functions and their applications; in particular, polynomials, rational functions, exponentials, logarithms and trigonometric functions.

3.00 credits

**Prerequisites:** A qualifying score on the math placement assessment (For more info: placement.uconn.edu/mathematics-placement. May not be taken out of sequence after passing MATH 1120,1125, or 1131. Not open for credit after passing MATH 1040.

#### Mathematics for Business and Economics (MATH 1070Q)

### MATH 1070Q

**Prerequisites:** Ratcliffe Hicks students cannot take more than 22 credits of 1000 level courses.

Public policy history and institutions, government administration and systems, policy analysis, contemporary policy issues, polling and influences on policy making. CA 2

#### Calculus for Business and Economics (MATH 1071Q)

### MATH 1071Q

**Prerequisites: **Recommended prep: MATH 1011 or the equivalent, and MATH 1070, and a qualifying score on the mathematics placement assessment. Not open to students who have passed MATH 1110. Only one credit for students who have passed MATH 1121, 1131, 1151 or 120.

Derivatives and integrals of algebraic, exponential and logarithmic functions. Functions of several variables. Applications.

#### Multivariable Calculus (MATH 2110Q)

### MATH 2110Q

**Prerequisites**: MATH 1132 or 1152 or a score of 4 or 5 on the AP Calculus BC exam. Recommended preparation: a grade of C- or better in MATH 1132. May not be taken out of sequence after passing MATH 2130, 2143, 2720, 3146, 3160, 3330, 3370, 3410, 3412, 3510, or 3610. Repeat restrictions apply; see advising.uconn.edu/repeat-policy.

Two- and three-dimensional vector algebra, calculus of functions of several variables, vector differential calculus, line and surface integrals.

#### Applied Linear Algebra (MATH 2210Q)

### MATH 2210Q

**Prerequisites: **MATH 1132 or 1152 or 2142. Recommended preparation: a grade of C- or better in MATH 1132. Not open after passing MATH 2144, 3210, 3510, or 3710. Repeat restrictions apply. See advising.uconn.edu/repeat-policy for information.

Systems of equations, matrices, determinants, linear transformations on vector spaces, characteristic values and vectors, from a computational point of view. The course is an introduction to the techniques of linear algebra with elementary applications.

#### Elementary Differential Equations (MATH 2410Q)

### MATH 2410Q

**Prerequisites: **MATH 1132Q, 1152Q, or 2142Q. Recommended preparation: A grade of C- or better in MATH 1132Q; MATH 2110Q or 2130Q. Cannot be taken after MATH 2144Q, 2420Q, 2720, 3146, 3150, 3410, 3412, 3510, 3710. Repeat restrictions apply; see advising.uconn.edu/repeat-policy.

Introduction to ordinary differential equations and their applications, linear differential equations, systems of first order linear equations, numerical methods.

#### Probability (MATH 3160)

### MATH 3160

**Prerequisites: **MATH 2110 or 2130 or 2143. Cannot be taken for credit after passing MATH 3165, 3610, 3621, 3634, 4735.

Introduction to the theory of probability. Sets and counting, probability axioms, conditional probabilities, random variables, limit theorems.

### Online Calculus I & II:

This summer, UConn is offering Calculus I (UCONN MATH 1131Q) and Calculus II (UCONN MATH 1132Q) in a convenient online format. These two 4-credit courses can be taken in consecutive order or as stand-alone options.

#### Calculus I (MATH 1131Q)

### MATH 1131Q

**Prerequisites: **A qualifying score on math placement assessment (placement.uconn.edu/mathematics-placement). Students cannot receive credit for MATH 1131 and either MATH 1120, 1121, 1126 or 1151 (2 credits for students who have passed MATH 1125).

Limits, continuity, differentiation, antidifferentiation, definite integral, with applications to the physical sciences and engineering sciences. Suitable for students with some prior calculus experience. Substitutes for MATH 1120, 1126 or 1151 as a requirement. Two credits for students who have passed MATH 1125.

#### Calculus II (MATH 1132Q)

### MATH 1132Q

**Prerequisites: **A qualifying score on the math placement assessment; one of MATH 1121, MATH 1126, MATH 1131, MATH 1151, or AP credit for calculus. Recommended preparation: C- or better in MATH 1121 or MATH 1126 or MATH 1131. Not open to students who have passed MATH 1122 or MATH 1152. Substitutes for MATH 1122.

Transcendental functions, formal integration, polar coordinates, infinite sequences and series, vector algebra and geometry, with applications to the physical sciences and engineering. Substitutes for MATH 1122 or 121 as a requirement.

**Amit A. Savkar**

*Calculus I Instructor*

**Myron Minn-Thu-Aye**

Calculus II Instructor