Calculus Advising Information
- AP and IB Credit: See http://www.wfu.edu/registrar/ap-credit.html
- The right calculus course: Even if you did not earn credit through AP or IB, you might be ready to take MTH 112 rather than MTH 111, or MTH 113 rather than MTH 112. You can register for these courses without obtaining departmental or instructor’s permission. Majors, such as business, that have a calculus requirement will gladly accept and encourage the more advanced course. Contact the department if you have any questions about this.
- Divisional Alternatives: There are many excellent alternatives for earning divisional credit. Two options that are sometimes overlooked are MTH 107 and MTH 117. Feel free to contact the department if you would like to know more about these alternatives.
- Waiting Lists:
- If you are on a waiting list then you are strongly advised to look for an alternative section or an alternative course. Even if you are one of the first people on the waiting list, there is no guarantee that you will be able to register for the course.
- Only the instructor can give you permission to register.
- The order that students appear on the waiting list is not necessarily the same as the order that students are admitted into the course. Preference is given to students who can demonstrate that their schedule does not allow other alternatives, and preference is given to students who need the course for major or minor purposes.
- Other Courses:
- MTH105L is a half-semester one-hour computer-lab course which helps MTH 111 students get up to speed on their precalculus skills. Talk to your MTH 111 instructor about how to register.
- MTH 205 is a new course covering applied multivariable mathematics. This is primarily intended for physics, chemistry, computer science, and math-business majors. Other math majors or minors should not sign up for this course.
- MTH 206 is identical to the first half of MTH 205. This course is intended for computer science majors who need a brief introduction to linear algebra.
- MTH 605 is the graduate student version of MTH 205. This course is intended for graduate students in other departments. Math graduate students should not take this course.