| Faculty of Science|
Department of Mathematics
| MATH 103|
Integral Calculus with Applications to Life Sciences
| Math 103 is a one-term course in integral calculus. The course focuses on the basics of integrations and fundamental techniques of integral analysis. In addition to these core topics, emphasis is placed on applications of integration in probability theory. The course also touches briefly on infinite sequences and series, but will not spend as much time on these topics as in other 100-level integral calculus courses. Knowledge of the topics covered in Math 102 (or equivalent) is expected for this course.
Please visit the undergraduate course webpage of the Mathematics department for further and up-to-date information on current courses.
The common course website for the term 2010W2 relates to the archived pages accessible below.
Past course wiki pages are preserved in the archive.