Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
The teacher is phenomenal. As an engineering student this is one of the hardest math classes a student will take. Justin( he prefers to be called by his first name) thoroughly explains in every detail how to complete any kind of problem he goes through. He walks his students through step by step. His exams are more than fair and they resemble his examples in class. He is extremely personable and willing to help any time you need it. He is simply amazing.
Course highlights:
The highlight of this course was taking everything you knew from other calculus classes and putting it into 3D. Intergrals were never too complicated they were just put into cylindrical or spherical form. Completing the 3D pictures of math equations to solve was also quite fun.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
I would advise that you keep an open mind to learning new things. At first it may seem confusing because everything is turning into 3D but really just take your time to understand how you can make the pictures pop out of the page. Fold the paper if needed, this helped me a bunch. Try example problems from the book to prepare for quizzes and exams. I simply picked 3 or 4 per topic, per section. Find a solution guide online for the book or ask around in class someone might have one. The solutions are extremely helpful to check answers. Do practice exams before your actual exam. Lastly, to start studying I also made a few little papers going over how to do each topic with an example problem. This really helps when it comes time for the final because you can just go over your little notes that you took during the semester.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
If you are a STEM major, you'll need this course to graduate, but for non-STEM majors, I would not recommend this course due to its difficulty.
Course highlights:
The highlights of this course was the time spent outside of class studying for the course. This helped to meet new people with whom you could work with to solve problems.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
Make sure you attend most of the lectures and discussions; The best way to study is through practice problems, a lot of them.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
It is a useful class for engineer, and that will help you to solve the problems effectively. Moreover, you can meet many engineer students in here and get a group for future classes. My professor give easy exams to take and curve is very good
Course highlights:
I studied knowledge about multiple integral, how to calculate density and volume of an irregular object. More than that, I can apply knowledge from this class to my future classes in my major.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
you will have to do many examples to understand the problems in each chapter. in addition, trying to get a group as soon as possible to resolve the problem faster and you can use the time for other classes. The exam 2 and exam 3 are the most difficult and you have to focus on them to get high point.