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AP Calculus AB 1 & 2 (MATH 165)

APThis course is AP Audit approved.DualThis course is available for Dual Credit in MATH 165 through Ball State University.CTLThis course meets the requirements for the Core Transfer LibraryYearThis is a full academic year (fall and spring semester) course.Grades 11-12This course is recommended for grades 11-12 but is open to any student who meets the requirements

Dual Credit Prerequisite: Precalculus Algebra and Precalculus Trigonometry

AP* Calculus AB 1 & 2 is a year-long high school course that covers one semester of college calculus. Differentiation and integration of functions of a single real variable will be investigated using graphical, numerical, and algebraic approaches.

The course is taught at a challenging and demanding pace. Students enrolling in this course must have a strong mathematical background and be willing to commit at least four hours per week studying for this course outside of class time. This course is a gateway to other, more advanced courses in mathematics.

AP Calculus BC 1 & 2 (MATH 165 & 166)

APThis course is AP Audit approved.DualThis course is available for Dual Credit in MATH 165 & 166 through Ball State University.CTLThis course meets the requirements for the Core Transfer LibraryYearThis is a full academic year (fall and spring semester) course.Grades 11-12This course is recommended for grades 11-12 but is open to any student who meets the requirements

Dual Credit Prerequisite (Fall): Precalculus Algebra and Precalculus Trigonometry
Dual Credit Prerequisite (Spring): AP Calculus AB or Semester 1 of AP Calculus BC (MATH 165)

AP* Calculus BC 1 & 2 is a year-long high school sequence that covers two semesters of college calculus. The first semester of study covers all topics in AP* Calculus AB, including differentiation and integration of functions of a single real variable. The second semester of the course continues into topics from Calculus 2 such as additional techniques of integration, improper integrals, infinite series, and the calculus of parametric, polar, and vector functions.

The course is taught at a challenging and demanding pace. Students enrolling in this course must have a strong mathematical background and be willing to commit at least five hours per week studying for this course outside of class time. This course is a gateway to other, more advanced courses in mathematics.

AP Calculus BC 2 (MATH 166)

APThis course is AP Audit approved.DualThis course is available for Dual Credit in MATH 166 through Ball State University.CTLThis course meets the requirements for the Core Transfer LibraryFallThis course is available in the fall semester as a one-semester course.SpringThis course is available in the spring semester as a one-semester course.Grades 11-12This course is recommended for grades 11-12 but is open to any student who meets the requirements

Dual Credit Prerequisite: AP Calculus AB or Semester 1 of AP Calculus BC (MATH 165)

AP* Calculus BC 2 is a one-semester high school course that covers the equivalent of Calculus 2 at the college level. Building on the differentiation and integration of functions studied in Calculus 1, this course continues forward to study additional techniques of integration, improper integrals, infinite series, and the calculus of parametric, polar, and vector functions.

Because the course builds on a student’s foundational knowledge of Calculus 1, only students who have a strong mastery of Calculus 1 are recommended to take this course. Otherwise, enrollment in the year-long AP Calculus BC 1 & 2 sequence is recommended. Students enrolling in this course should expect to commit at least five hours per week studying for this course outside of class time.

AP Physics I (PHYC 110)

APThis course is AP Audit approved.DualThis course is available for Dual Credit in PHYC 110 through Ball State University.YearThis is a full academic year (fall and spring semester) course.Grades 11-12This course is recommended for grades 11-12 but is open to any student who meets the requirements

Learning about science can be fun with this intense approach to complex physics issues. This introductory level algebra-based physics course covers the spectrum of physics topics (mechanics, thermodynamics, waves, oscillations, optics, electromagnetism, and modern physics), but places a strong emphasis on topics covered on the AP Physics I national exam. All topics will be addressed through humorous applications to everyday life, as well as a focus on understanding rather than memorization.

AP Statistics (MATH 181)

APThis course is AP Audit approved.DualThis course is available for Dual Credit in MATH 181 through Ball State University.SpringThis course is available in the spring semester as a one-semester course.Grades 10-12This course is recommended for grades 10-12 but is open to any student who meets the requirements

Dual Credit Prerequisite: AP Calculus AB or Semester 1 of AP Calculus BC (MATH 165)

This course follows the AP Statistics syllabus and is organized in four parts: data analysis and the description of single variable distribution, planning a study and data collection methods, probability theory and simulation, and statistical inference.

Differential Equations (MATH 374)

DualThis course is available for Dual Credit in MATH 374 through Ball State University.SpringThis course is available in the spring semester as a one-semester course.Grades 11-12This course is recommended for grades 11-12 but is open to any student who meets the requirements

Dual Credit Prerequisite: AP Calculus BC (MATH 165 & 166)

This course includes first-order linear, separable, exact, and homogeneous equations with applications in biology, chemistry, physics, and finance; numerical methods for first-order equations; second-order linear homogeneous and non-homogeneous equations, including the methods based on reduction of order; undetermined coefficients and variation of parameters with applications in physics; nth order linear equations and systems of first order linear equations including use of eigenvectors and eigenvalues.

AP Calculus BC and Multivariable Calculus are prerequisites for this course, either through Indiana Academy Online Education or with provided documentation.

Linear Algebra (MATH 217)

DualThis course is available for Dual Credit in MATH 217 through Ball State University.FallThis course is available in the fall semester as a one-semester course.Grades 11-12This course is recommended for grades 11-12 but is open to any student who meets the requirements

Dual Credit Prerequisite: AP Calculus AB or Semester 1 of AP Calculus BC (MATH 165)

This course includes the solution of linear systems, vector equations, linear transformation in ℜ² and ℜ³, matrices and determinants, vector spaces, inner product spaces, eigenvalues and eigenvectors and related topics. There are some computational projects.

Multivariable Calculus (MATH 267)

DualThis course is available for Dual Credit in MATH 267 through Ball State University.FallThis course is available in the fall semester as a one-semester course.Grades 11-12This course is recommended for grades 11-12 but is open to any student who meets the requirements

Dual Credit Prerequisite: AP Calculus BC (MATH 165 & 166)

This course covers higher dimensional analytic geometry, vector-valued functions, motion, curvature and torsion, partial differentiation, directional derivatives, optimization, multiple integration in rectangular, cylindrical and spherical coordinates, vector fields, divergence, curl, line and surface integrals, work, flux, flow, Green’s theorem, the divergence theorem, Stokes’ theorem, and the fundamental theorem for line integrals.

AP Calculus BC is a prerequisite for this course, either through Indiana Academy Online Education or with provided documentation.

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