COURSE  TITLE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  DEPARTMENT  CREDIT HOURS  
MA205  CALCULUS II  2025  1  Mathematical Sciences  4.0 (BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=4.0)  
SCOPE  
This course provides a foundation for the continued study of mathematics and for the subsequent study of the physical sciences, social sciences, and engineering. MA205 covers topics in multivariable differential and integral calculus, vectors and geometry of Euclidean space, vector functions, and vector calculus. Throughout the course mathematical models motivate the study of topics such as optimization, accumulation, change in several variables, and other topics from the natural, social, and decision sciences. An understanding of course material is enhanced through the use of computer algebra systems.  


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  
None 
TYPE  COURSE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  TRACK  RED BOOK FLG 
DISQUALIFIER  
MA255  2000  2  1  Y  
PRE REQUISITE  
MA104  2003  1  1  Y 
AYT  #SECT/SIZE  CPBLTY  ENRLD  WAIT  SEATS  CLOSED  DETAILS  
2025  1  20  18  360  341  0  19  N  Hours  
2025  2  1  18  18  12  0  6  N  Hours  
2026  1  15  18  270  8  0  262  N  Hours  
2026  2  1  18  18  0  0  18  Y  Hours  
2027  1  15  18  270  0  0  270  N  Hours  
2027  2  3  10  30  0  0  30  N  Hours  
2028  1  15  18  270  0  0  270  N  Hours  
2028  2  3  10  30  0  0  30  N  Hours  
COURSE  TITLE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  DEPARTMENT  CREDIT HOURS  
MA205  CALCULUS II  2023  1  Mathematical Sciences  4.0 (BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=4.0)  
SCOPE  
This course provides a foundation for the continued study of mathematics and for the subsequent study of the physical sciences, social sciences, and engineering. MA205 covers topics in multivariable differential and integral calculus, vectors and geometry of Euclidean space, vector functions, and vector calculus. Throughout the course mathematical models motivate the study of topics such as optimization, accumulation, change in several variables, and other topics from the natural, social, and decision sciences. An understanding of course material is enhanced through the use of computer algebra systems.  


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  
None 
TYPE  COURSE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  TRACK  RED BOOK FLG 
DISQUALIFIER  
MA255  2000  2  1  Y  
PRE REQUISITE  
MA104  2003  1  1  Y 
COURSE  TITLE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  DEPARTMENT  CREDIT HOURS  
MA205  CALCULUS II  2017  1  Mathematical Sciences  4.0 (BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=4.0)  
SCOPE  
This course provides a foundation for the continued study of mathematics and for the subsequent study of the physical sciences, social sciences, and engineering. MA205 covers topics in multivariable differential and integral calculus, differential equations, and infinite series representations of functions. Throughout the course mathematical models motivate the study of topics such as optimization, accumulation, change in several variables, differential equations, and other topics from the natural, social, and decision sciences. An understanding of course material is enhanced through the use of computer algebra systems.  


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  
None 
TYPE  COURSE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  TRACK  RED BOOK FLG 
DISQUALIFIER  
MA255  2000  2  1  Y  
PRE REQUISITE  
MA104  2003  1  1  Y 
COURSE  TITLE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  DEPARTMENT  CREDIT HOURS  
MA205  CALCULUS II  2013  1  Mathematical Sciences  4.5 (BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=4.5)  
SCOPE  
This is the third semester of the mathematics core curriculum. This course with Calculus I, the second semester of the mathematics core curriculum, provides a foundation for the continued study of mathematics and for the subsequent study of the physical sciences, the social sciences, and engineering. Combined coverage includes single and multivariable differential calculus, single and multivariable integral calculus, and differential equations. Throughout both courses mathematical models motivate the study of topics such as optimization, accumulation, change in one and several variables, differential equations, motion in space, and other topics from the natural sciences, the social sciences, and the decision sciences. MA205 covers single and multivariable integral calculus and elementary ordinary differential equations. The sequence culminates with an introduction to the mathematics most applicable to each cadet?s major or engineering stem.  


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  
None 
TYPE  COURSE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  TRACK  RED BOOK FLG 
DISQUALIFIER  
MA255  2000  2  1  Y  
PRE REQUISITE  
MA104  2003  1  1  Y 
COURSE  TITLE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  DEPARTMENT  CREDIT HOURS  
MA205  CALCULUS II  2005  2  Mathematical Sciences  4.5 (BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)  
SCOPE  
This is the third semester of the mathematics core curriculum. This course with Calculus I, the second semester of the mathematics core curriculum, provides a foundation for the continued study of mathematics and for the subsequent study of the physical sciences, the social sciences, and engineering. Combined coverage includes single and multivariable differential calculus, single and multivariable integral calculus, and differential equations. Throughout both courses mathematical models motivate the study of topics such as optimization, accumulation, change in one and several variables, differential equations, motion in space, and other topics from the natural sciences, the social sciences, and the decision sciences. MA205 covers single and multivariable integral calculus and elementary ordinary differential equations. The sequence culminates with an introduction to the mathematics most applicable to each cadet?s major or engineering stem.  


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  
None 
TYPE  COURSE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  TRACK  RED BOOK FLG 
DISQUALIFIER  
MA255  2000  2  1  Y  
PRE REQUISITE  
MA104  2003  1  1  Y 
COURSE  TITLE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  DEPARTMENT  CREDIT HOURS  
MA205  CALCULUS II  2003  1  Mathematical Sciences  4.5 (BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)  
SCOPE  
These are the second and third semesters of the mathematics core curriculum. They provide a foundation for the continued study of mathematics and for the subsequent study of physical sciences, social sciences, and engineering. Topics in single variable and multivariable calculus, and elementary ordinary differential equations are studied. MA104 covers the differential calculus, the integral calculus of a single variable, and differential equations. MA205 investigates parametric equations and the study of multivariable calculus including 3dimensional geometry and vectors, functions of two variables, partial derivatives, and multiple integrals. MA205 culminates with an introduction to the mathematics most applicable to each cadet's major or engineering stem. In each course, an understanding of course material is enhanced through the use of computer algebra systems and a graphing calculator.  


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  
None 
TYPE  COURSE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  TRACK  RED BOOK FLG 
DISQUALIFIER  
MA255  2000  2  1  Y  
PRE REQUISITE  
MA104  2003  1  1  Y 
COURSE  TITLE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  DEPARTMENT  CREDIT HOURS  
MA205  CALCULUS II  1991  2  Mathematical Sciences  4.5 (BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)  
SCOPE  
These are the second and third semesters of the mathematics core curriculum. They provide a foundation for the continued study of mathematics and for the subsequent study of physical sciences, social sciences, and engineering. Topics in single variable and multivariable calculus, and elementary ordinary differential equations are studied. MA104 covers the differential calculus, the integral calculus of a single variable, and differential equations. MA205 investigates parametric equations; series and sequences; and the study of multivariable calculus including 3dimensional geometry and vectors, functions of two variables, partial derivatives, and multiple integrals. Computer software is used throughout both courses.  


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  
None 
TYPE  COURSE  EFF YEAR  EFF TERM  TRACK  RED BOOK FLG 
DISQUALIFIER  
MA205X  1991  2  1  Y  
MA255  2000  2  2  Y  
PRE REQUISITE  
MA104  1992  2  1  Y 