General course description: Prerequisite: Math 208 with a grade of C or better. This course will cover partial differentiation and multiple integration with applications.Topical outline: Three-dimensional analytic geometry, partial differentiation, multiple integration, spherical and cylindrical coordinate systems, line integrals.
Student Learning Outcomes: Students who successfully complete Math
209 will be able to:
ADA statement: Reasonable accommodation will be provided to any student who is registered with the Office of Students with Disabilities and requests needed accommodation. Let me know during the first week of class if you will be needing accommodations.
Academic honesty statement: Students are expected to do their own work. Copying the work of others, cheating on exams, and similar violations will be reported to the University Discipline Officer, who has the authority to take disciplinary actions against students who violate the standards of academic honesty.
Student responsibilities: Students are responsible for being aware of all announcements that are made in class, such as changes in exam dates, due dates of homework and papers, and cancellation of class due to instructor’s absence. Students are responsible for announcements made on days that they are absent.
Students must check their CSULA email account regularly for information from the instructor and the Department. Failure to do so may result in missed deadlines or other consequences that might adversely affect students. Note that you can forward this email account to any other account of your choosing.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT about Q2S conversion (Fall
CSULA is switching to semester system beginning Fall 2016, and all
students are strongly encouraged to see an
appropriate advisor (contact information below) for an
assessment of their current academic status. The advisors can
help the students 1) plan ahead so they can
graduate before the transition, or 2) create an individual
action plan (IAP) in case they need to transition to
planning and advisement contact:
University Academic Advisement Center (UAAC)Library Palmer Wing (PW) Room 1040A(323) 343-3150
College Advisement Centere.g., Math majors should contactNatural and Social Sciences (NSS) Advisement CenterKing Hall (KH) D-1051(323) 343-5284http://web.calstatela.edu/academic/nssd/AdvisementCenter/StudentServices.php
For math majors:
A "Math Department Advisement for Q2S" 2015-2016 Moodle site has been created for all Q2S transitional students. All pertinent information including quarter and semester program sheets, roadmaps, course offering schedules, instructions for how to create IAPs along with samples etc. are posted for students' perusal.
All Q2S transitional mathematics majors are advised to complete the preliminary IAP assignment before seeking an IAP (Individualized Advisement Plan) appointment with Dr. Raychaudhuri in Fall 2015.