Hundreds of students from major US universities and some from other parts of the world successfully complete the class every year.
(iv) Submitted homework assignments are human graded and promptly returned with teaching assistant's comments.We welcome students from domestic or international universities as well as professionals who are preparing for graduate schools.Particularly popular among students preparing to enter medical schools (many medical schools require at least one semester of calculus), pharmacy, and MBA programs.This includes all: interacting with the video lecture, analyzing the notes, thinking and working on homework problems, and sharing ideas on the forum. And summer session is intensive: there are 3 lessons per week, 2 lessons in the fall and spring).\page The final course grade is based on three components: (H) about 25 handwritten homework assignments, (P) your online contributions and participation on the social homework forum (hosted on piazza), and the (E) final comprehensive exam.Correct solutions to the assignments are then provided. However, a comprehensive final examination must be proctored by a professional proctoring service or by staff at a CSU campus. However, there are homework deadlines and you need to commit to working on the course and you are expected to contribute to a discussion several times a week.
The forum is actively moderated by Professor Goetz. Most non-SFSU students will choose \href for a small fee. Most students need between \emph - for most lessons.SFSU and many US universities divide calculus in three semesters.While none of the past students who passed the class reported problems transferring credits, \emph.If a students cannot demonstrate that they are ready by passing a proctored test within first 7 days of instruction, they will be dropped from the course.\begin \title \page Calculus I at San Francisco State (California State System), now in its 11th year, is an online course which open to all students with sufficient background in algebra, notions of functions, and in elementary trigonometry.In the latter case there is a small fee charged by Proctor You can take a practice readiness test now: edu/ready.