This course covers various elementary functions, rational and polynomial functions, trigonometry, and exponential and logarithmic functions. Additional topics include polar equations, vectors, parametric equations, probability, statistics, and sequences & series....

Topics align with the Oakton Community College syllabi for Linear Algebra and Calculus III. In addition to high school credit, two semesters of college- level math credit may also be obtained (through Oakton dual credit). An application fee of $25 is required if...

This course is comparable to one semester of a college-level calculus course. This course emphasizes skills and content required to perform successfully on the AP exam for this course given in May. The student may receive college credit, advanced college placement, or...

This course is comparable to two semesters of a college-level calculus course. This course emphasizes skills and content required to perform successfully on the AP exam for this course given in May. The student may receive college credit, advanced college placement,...

This course covers standard topics of calculus such as limits, differentiation and integration. The content is not targeted to the AP Calculus exam and students will not cover all topics learned in AP Calculus. This allows for a modified pace. Serves as preparation...

This course emphasizes mathematics many students need upon entering a university. It covers polynomial functions, rational functions, trigonometry, logarithms, probability, and statistics. Modeling with data is integrated throughout the course. Prerequisite: Algebra...

This course has three themes: algebra, discrete mathematics, and calculus concepts. Algebra includes vectors, polars, parametrics, and the algebra of polynomial, radical, and rational expressions commonly used in college calculus. The course introduces the fundamental...