Course Information

Course

Fall

Spring

Summer

Calculus I

   

Calculus II

     

Calculus III

     

Introduction to Engineering

     

Programming Foundations

     

 

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 4 credit hours, Fall and Spring (full semester) and Summer (10 weeks)

Prerequisites

*Must meet one of the requirements below to qualify

  • College Algebra (ACTS: MATH 1103) AND Plane Trigonometry (ACTS: MATH 1203) with a grade of C or better
  • PreCalculus (ACTS: MATH 1305) with a grade of C or better
  • Scored at least a 28 on the ACT MATH or at least 680 on SAT MATH
  • Scored a 3 or better on the Calculus AB Advanced Placement Exam
  • Note: Compass test scores cannot be used as a substitute for the ACT or SAT requirements.

Course Materials

4 credit hours, Fall and Spring (full semester) and Summer (10 weeks)

Prerequisites

  • Calculus I with a grade of C or better

Course Materials

Note: Currently the UA Bookstore is only selling the Calculus textbook and MyLabsPlus as a packaged deal. If you only need the textbook, you will need to purchase from another textbook vendor.

  • Calculus, Early Transcendentals, Briggs, Cochran, Copyright 2011, ISBN 978-0-321-57056-7, Pearson
  • MYLABSPLUS (W/UARK URL), ISBN 978-1-269-62070-3, Pearson

4 credit hours, Spring (full semester) and Summer (10 weeks)

Prerequisites

  • Calculus II with a grade of C or better

Course Materials

Note: Currently the UA Bookstore is only selling the Calculus textbook and MyLabsPlus as a packaged deal. If you only need the textbook, you will need to purchase from another textbook vendor.

  • Calculus, Early Transcendentals, Briggs, Cochran, Copyright 2011, ISBN 978-0-321-57056-7, Pearson
  • MYLABSPLUS (W/UARK URL), ISBN 978-1-269-62070-3, Pearson

3 credit hours, Fall and Spring (8 weeks), Summer (5 weeks)

Co-requisite

  • Enrolled in a math course, College Algebra or higher

Course Materials

  • Introduction to Engineering, Schneider, Copyright 2012, ISBN 978-1-256-22035-0, Pearson
  • Review the following guide for purchasing instructions: Getting Started Guide

Note: High school students concurrently or dual enrolled at an Arkansas community college cannot enroll in Introduction to Engineering, but can enroll in all other STEM Prep courses.

4 credit hours, Fall and Spring (full semester) and Summer (8 weeks)

Prerequisite

  • Calculus I with a grade of C or better

Course Materials

  • Starting Out with C++, Gaddis, Copyright 2012, ISBN 978-0-132-77289-1, Pearson