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General Calculus I is the gateway to more advanced courses in math and science. You’ll need to take one (and usually both) Calculus courses if you plan on a pursuing a degree in Math, Engineering, Physics, Chemistry and other Sciences, Economics, and graduate degrees like an MBA or Med School.
You’ll really appreciate the flexibility of an online course as you study the principles of calculus: derivatives, integrals, limits, approximation, applications and modeling, and sequences and series. With no preset test dates or deadlines, you can take as much time as you need to learn and practice Functions & Graphs, Limits & Continuity, Derivatives, the Application of Derivatives, Antiderivatives and definite Integrals. And of course, Calculus I comes with 10 hours of free, live one-on-on-one tutoring help, with more available if you want it.
AP COURSE: Get a jump on college! StraighterLine’s General Calculus I course has been reviewed and authorized by The College Board as an AP Program course.
Transferring Credits with ACE CREDITStraighterLine's Calculus I courses have been reviewed and recommended for college credit by ACE CREDIT. Learn more
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