Courses and Descriptions

CIVL-2001Calculus & Statistics

You will be introduced to differential and integral calculus and statistics. Applications include linear motion, optimization problems, the area between curves, centroids, fluid pressure and arc length. Frequency distributions, central tendency, dispersion measures and graphs of statistical data are studied, including normal distributions and regression.

Other Information

A non-graphing, non-programmable calculator will be required throughout the course.  The instructor recommends the CASIO fx-991MSA.  However, any graphing calculator is allowed (optional).

Entrance Requirements

Algebra and Trigonometry or Mathematics for Technology or equivalent.


Take (CIVL-1011 and CIVL-2023), or take CIVL-1004.
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