TR 12:30 PM-1:50 PM
Course Description: This course (and its sequel, Math 4833) will include a quick review of some of the topics in Math 2133 (Introduction to Modern Mathematics) followed by an in-depth study of the foundations of calculus to include Topology of the Real Numbers, Sequences, Limits and Continuity, Differentiation, Integration and possibly Infinite Series.
GRADING POLICY: Grades will be calculated using the following point and grading scheme:
Two or three exams totaling 40% of course grade
Daily work (Homework, Board Work, possibly Quizzes) totaling 35% of course grade
Comprehensive Final Exam 25% of Course Grade
Course letter grades will be based on a percentage scale of 85-75-65-55.
Exams dates will be announced in class at least one week prior to the exam.
See Course Requirements above.
Exams, Homework, etc. will be turned in during class.
Make-up exams are not given, and late homework will not be accepted. Exceptions are rare, but possible, for a documented extenuating circumstance. Proper and timely notification to the instructor concerning missing an exam or potentially turning in a late homework assignment is required for consideration of any possible exception to the no make-up exam and no late homework policy.
Any student who accumulates more than 2 absences prior to Oct. 17th (last day to withdraw from any class) will be required to withdraw from the class or the instructor will process a withdrawal with an assigned grade of “F” or “WF.” Further, any student with more than 4 absences at the end of the semester is subject to a one letter grade reduction in her/his course average. Exceptions to this attendance policy may be made by the instructor for an extenuating circumstance, but it is the responsibility of the student to request, in writing, the exception. The request should include an explanation of the extenuating circumstance and provide appropriate documentation verifying the extenuating circumstance.
Evidence of Cheating: Evidence of cheating on any of the assessments from which your course grade will be determined will result in a grade of F on the evaluated work and possibly a grade of F in the course
Disability Policy: In accordance with the law, MSU provides academic accommodations to students with documented disabilities. Students with disabilities must be registered with Disability Support Services before classroom accommodations can be provided. If you believe you have a disability requiring an accommodation, please contact the Disability Support Services in Room 168 of the Clark Student Center, 397-4140.