Mathematics courses

Did you ever wondered what is the arena of our physical Reality, what is the Shape of the Universe, or what is the Arrow of Time? Through concrete examples and engaging exercises that teach mind-expanding ideas in an intuitive and informal way, we will learn connections between Geometry and recent developments in Cosmology.

This course is as an intensive introduction to the calculus of elementary functions and its applications to science. We will explore derivatives of multivariate functions of multiple variables, problems of optimization, and model exponential growth, sinusoidal oscillation, and logistic convergence through simple differential equations. This is the second part of a two-semester Calculus course. Students who take MATH 111 or 210 may not also receive credit for MATH 116. (Offered spring semester.) 4 credits.