Course Syllabus Math 1920-001
Calculus II

Spring Semester, 2009

Meeting times:

M, W, F: 11:30-12:25   Tu  11:20-12:15

Location:

  Kirksey Old Main 221

Instructor:

Jan Zijlstra, Ph.D.

Office :
e-mail /Phone/Fax:
Web Ma
terials:

Kirksey Old Main 257
zijlstra@mtsu.edu     (615) 898-2691/5422

http://www.mtsu.edu/~zijlstra

Office Hours:

  • Monday : 8:30 - 11:00 and 12:30 - 2:30

  • Tuesday: 8:30 - 9:30

  • Wednesday: 8:30 - 11:00 and 12:30 - 2:30

  • Thursday: 8:30 - 9:30 and 11:00 - 12:30

  • Friday: 8:30 - 11:00 and 12:30 - 2:30
     other times by appointment, please.

Prerequisites: Cumulative MTSU GPA of 3.0 or better and a grade of C or better in Calculus I (MATH 1910).
Note: Contact your instructor immediately if these requirements have not been met.
Required
Materials
:
Text: Calculus: Early Transcendental Functions, 4th Edition by Larson and Hostetler. Houghton Mifflin, 2007. ISBN: 0 - 618 - 60624 - 6.
Calculator: A Texas Instruments TI 83/84 calculator is required for this course.
Purpose: This course is designed to for students to acquire a solid background in integral calculus with an emphasis on the analysis of functions from an algebraic, numerical, graphical and verbal point of view.
Objectives: Upon completion of this course, students will have developed mathematical reasoning and problem solving skills in the following areas:
  1. Anti-derivatives and the definite integral.
  2. Volumes and work expressed as integrals.
  3. Techniques of integration.
  4. Elementary Differential Equations.
  5. Sequences and Series.
  6. Parametric curves and polar coordinates.
Main topics: This course material consists of selected topics from Chapters 6 through 10 from the text and supplementary materials. Material from Chapters 5 will be covered in review.
Grading : Approximately 6 Labs and Quizzes : 30 - 50 points each
Approximately 4 Exams     :  100 points each
Comprehensive Final Exam :  200 points

The exams are in-class and consist of open questions, reflective of homework and lab assignments.

The comprehensive final exam covers the materials from the tests as well as concepts from homework and labs.  

Grading Scale: A: 100-90, B+: 89-87, B:86-83, B-: 82-80, C+: 79-77, C:76-73, C-: 72-70, D+: 69-67, D:66-63, D-: 62-60, F: < 60 points.
Absences: Missed quizzes cannot be made up. Late hand-ins of assignments are not accepted.
Tests can be made up only with a Valid University Excuse, see Student Handbook for details.
Remarks:
  • Recommended self-study time is a minimum of twice class meeting time, about 8 hours per week.
  • If you have a disability that may require assistance or accomodation, or you have questions related to accomodations for testing, note-takers, readers, etc., please contact me as soon as possible. You may also contact the Office of Disabled Student Services (898-2783) with questions about such services.
  • To retain Tennessee Education Lottery Scholarship eligibility, you must earn a cumulative TELS GPA of 2.75 after 24 attempted hours and a cumulative TELS GPA of 3.0 thereafter. A grade of C, D, F, or I in this class may negatively impact TELS eligibility. Dropping a class after 14 days may also impact eligibility. If you withdraw from this class and it results in an enrollment status of less than full time, you may lose eligibility for your lottery scholarship. For additional lottery scholarship rules please refer to your Lottery Statement of Understanding form, review lottery scholarship requirements on the web athttp://scholarships.web.mtsu.edu/telsconteligibility.htm, or contact the MTSU financial aid office at 898-2830.
Important
Dates
:
  • January 15: First Day of Class
  • January 19: MLK Day - no Classes
  • January 28: Last day to drop without a grade.
  • March 9 - 14: Spring Break, no classes.
  • March 4: Last day to drop with a 'W'. No 'W' will be granted after this date.
  • April 22: Deadline to withdraw from the University i.e. from all classes
  • April 29: Last Day of Classes.
  • Final Exam:Monday, May 4, 10:00 - 12:00.