Pre-University Mathematics (Online)
Pre-University Mathematics at Saint Mary’s is designed to help students develop or expand their academic math skills for university. The content of this course is based on Nova Scotia's Mathematics 12 (academic). Students will learn problem solving techniques and will be given opportunities to practice what they learn in applied situations. The course is open to all, with no pre-requisite requirements.
This course meets Saint Mary's Math 12 requirement for admission to a Bachelor of Commerce at the Sobey School of Business.
Pre-requisites: There are no pre-requisites; however, it is recommended that students taking the accelerated 6-week version of the course have some experience with high school-level mathematics.
- Financial Mathematics: Investing Money
- Financial Mathematics: Borrowing Money
- Set Theory and Logic
- Counting Methods
- Polynomial Functions
- Exponential Functions
- Part 1: Exponential Equations and Their Graphs
- Part 2: Logarithmic Functions and Their Graphs
- Sinusoidal Functions
- Part 1: Angles and the y = sinx and y = cosx graphs
- Part 2: The equations of sinusoidal functions
Course Date: Monday, April 5, 2021 to Sunday, June 27, 2021
Day & Time: TBD *Course is online with check-ins scheduled by instructor
Instructor: Steven Greer
Course Fee: $475
Required Materials: A computer and internet access are required. Access to a writing software (MS Word preferred) is necessary and a graphing calculator (TI-83 or TI-84+) is required.
Other Requirements: This course will be taught online using Brightspace. Please confirm that you meet all system and browser requirements by visiting the Brightspace website.
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