Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
I love this professor. He teaches calculus with such passion. He is also passionately invested in each student's personal journey through the class. He taught some theory as well, so that we could more thoroughly understand the subject topics. His passion for calculus not only encouraged and excited the students to push forward and do well, but also fostered a passion for math in some of us as well. He is one of those experienced professors who are 100% real with you, 100% there for you, and 100% knowledgeable in the subject. He's real funny and entertaining.
Course highlights:
The highlights of this course include integration, applications of integration, techniques of integration, differential equations, parametric equations, integration in the polar coordinate system, infinite sequences and series, and further applications.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
Do the homework. He gives a hefty amount of homework, not a crazy amount but enough that you have to spend 2-4 hours a week on it. You hand-write it out and turn it in and he keeps it, so make copies for yourself before handing it in if you want to study that later. He accepts late homework but knocks off a couple points. You get 2/10 points for just turning in a homework set. Go to class because it's fun and entertaining and if you're having a bad day, this class will probably lighten your mood.
Pretty easy, overall.
Course Overview:
This course is difficult and Georgia State has done a lot to make it so that more students are able to take it and pass. WebAssign is very helpful. they also make attendance a part of your grade as well. Professor Fanoe is very good at making the concepts taught in class seem easy.
Course highlights:
I got enough insight to mve on into calculus 3 with proficiency. i would recommend taking Professor Fanoe though. i think he's a great guy who constantly asks if there are any questions.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
I think that working on the WebAssign problems and the study questions on your own should yield you an A in the course.
This class was tough.
Course Overview:
I thought Avart was actually pretty clear. He also drops two quizzes and one test.
Course highlights:
Cal 2212 is part two to the first cal class and there is alooooot of graphing.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
You need to do the homework if you are looking for practice and practice is definitely necessary