Free Online Math Classes

Students in this course will take a look at physical science perspectives and how they tie into math, deriving equations, and graphical illustrations.

A Practical Introduction to Probability and Statistics
Yoav Freund, Math — University of CaliforniaSan Diego (UCSD)
N/AStudents in this class will be introduced to both probability and statistics and their uses.

Abstract Algebra makes it easy to study the language of modern mechanics, with group actions, vector spaces, linear algebra, and the theory of fields.

This course studies abstract algebra in basic set theory, integers, and functions, among other related aspects.

Accounting: Creating a Profit & Loss Statement
Math — Kutztown University Small Business Development Center
N/AThis course teaches students how to calculate their assets and liabilities into a profit & loss statement.

Accounting: Preparing a Balance Sheet
Math — Kutztown University Small Business Development Center
N/AStudents in this class will learn how to prepare, compose, and manage a balance sheet.

Accounting: Preparing a Cash Budget
Math — Kutztown University Small Business Development Center
N/AThis course instructs students on how prepare, organize, and manage a cash budget.

Suitable for high school students preparing for the ACT Exam, this course provides sixty sample questions in areas of English, math, reading, and science comparable to problems found on the test itself.

Advanced Abstract Algebra
Kanchan Joshi, R.K. Sharma , Math — Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IIT Delhi) & University of Delhi
N/AThis course covers a variety of topics related to abstract algebra, including notherian and artinian modules and Hilbert's basis theorem.

Constructed for students with an advanced understanding of algebra, this course will help them brush up on linear equations, inequalities, graphs, matrices, radicals, functions, and other complex mathematical concepts.

Advanced Analytic Methods in Science and Engineering
Hung Cheng, Math — Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Fall 2004This course provides a comprehensive look at advanced methods of applied mathematics.

Advanced Calculus for Engineers
Dionisios Margetis, John W. M. Bush, Math — Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Fall 2004This course explains complex variable functions and calculus of residues.

Advanced Complexity Theory
Daniel Spielman, Math — Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Fall 2001This is a theorybased class that explores topics in complexity theory.

This course, intended for students who already have a solid foundation of basic math, delves into topics such as complex equations, polynomials, trigonometry, and vectors.

This secondary installment of advanced math courses covers topics such as differential equations, vectors, and kinematics.

Advanced Matrix Theory and Linear Algebra for Engineers
Vittal Rao, Math — Indian Institute of Science Bangalore (IIT Bangalore)
N/AThis course covers advanced topics in linear algebra and the matrix theory.

Best when taken alongside a regular physics course, this online course explores advanced physics topics such as electronics, magnets, and transformers.

This advanced course in physics covers topics such as motion, electric fields, spectra, Newton's laws, and light.

This course features 46 lessons, each comprised of an interactive video explaining the various areas and concepts of calculus.

This course features 68 interactive video lessons that expand on those given in Calculus AB, explaining further concepts of calculus.

Learn by video how to solve everyday puzzles and make informed decisions utilizing statistics and its methods.

Considered a course in Real World math, this algebra course is designed for students with a solid arithmetic foundation.

This algebra course offers a history of algebra and covers Descartes and Cartesian coordinates, variable expressions and equations, line graphing, and slope and yintercept intuition.

Algebra
Sarah Eichhorn, Rachel Cohen Lehman, Math — University of CaliforniaIrvine (UC Irvine)
Spring 2013Take this course, and you'll get a solid foundation in algebra, with a look at the various functions important to the study of calculus.

This algebra course, comprised of video lessons, theories, and reallife examples, explores mathematical topics such as systems of equations, inequalities, exponents, and polynomials.

Algebra for Calculus (Prof. Otto)
Spring 2012This course explores various concepts, techniques, and applications in algebra, including expressions, equations, complex numbers, inequalities, absolute value, functions and graphs, functions, systems, and zeros of polynomials.

Algebra for Calculus (Prof. Penkava)
Fall 2011This course explores various concepts, techniques, and applications in algebra, including expressions, equations, complex numbers, inequalities, absolute value, functions and graphs, functions, systems, and zeros of polynomials.

Topics covered in this undergraduatelevel course include groups, vector spaces, linear transformations, symmetry groups, bilinear forms, and linear groups.

Students in this course will learn the rules and theories of advanced algebra.

Algebra II
Michael Artin, Math — Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Spring 2011Intended to follow Algebra I, topics covered in this undergrad course include group representations, rings, ideals, fields, polynomial rings, modules, factorization, integers in quadratic number fields, field extensions, and Galois theory.

In this basic algebra course, students will learn the foundations of basic operations, algebraic fractions, and quadratic equations.

This course guides students through a high school level algebra curriculum.

This course teaches students how to identify and graph circles, parabolas, ellipses, and hyperbolas.

Students taking this course will solve radical and exponential expressions and equations with scientific notation and significant figures.

This course studies functions and how they can be identified, solved, and graphed.

In this course, students will study the coordinate plane, slope, and intercept.

Students will learn to understand and solve equations with imaginary numbers.

Students learn algebra as well as geometry and calculus basics in order to help them solve everyday problems.

In this course, students will explore the reason algebra was developed and how it helps explain our world.

Students will be given an introductory look at algebraic variables and expressions in this course.

This tutorial course applies principles of logic to solving for inequalities.

Students will study the process and applications of logarithms.

In this course, students will gain an understanding of matrices and learn how to solve them.

This course teaches students to use polynomial expressions and to factor polynomials.

In this course, students will learn to solve quadratics through completing the square, factoring, graphing, and the quadratic equation.

In this course, students will discover how to interpret and manipulate algebraic ratios and rational expressions.

Students will learn to solve a system of inequalities or equations in two variables by substitution, graphing, and elimination.

Algebraic Combinatorics
Gregg Musiker, Math — Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Spring 2009Students in this course are expected to have a background in basic linear algebra and finite groups, to learn the fundamentals of combinatorics.

In this class about algebraic geometry, students discuss fundamentals of algebraic varieties.

Students in this course will learn about fundamental groups, covering spaces, singular homology theory, and more.

This course focuses on homology and cohomology theory in an introduction to algebraic topology.

The second course in algebraic topoology covers a variety of theories and applications.

Take this course for an introduction to the design and analysis of algorithms, with practical examples including the Kevin Bacon game and social networking.

Explore complex numbers, learn how they're defined, and examine geometric representation in this course from The Open University.

This course covers the foundational principles of mathematical analysis.

This course covers multivariable calculus, theory of differential forms in ndimensional vector spaces, and manifolds.

Analysis of a Complex Kind
Fall 2013This course educates students on the subject of complex analysis, which is the study of functions that live in the complex plane.

Analytic Combinatorics
Spring 2013Take Analytic Combinatorics to study calculus for precise predictions of large combinatorial structures.

Analytic Geometry and Calculus
James Demmel, Math — University of CaliforniaBerkeley (UC Berkeley)
Spring 2013This course covers the integration of economics and life sciences, with topics such as differential equations, functions of many variables, partial derivatives, and constrained and unconstrained optimization.

Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
Thomas Scanlon, Math — University of CaliforniaBerkeley (UC Berkeley)
Fall 2011A continuation of the previous course, this lecture series offers further study in analytic geometry and calculus.

In this class on analytic number theory, students explore various prime number theories.

Ancient Philosophy and Mathematics
Lee Perlman, Math — Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Fall 2009In this course, students will learn about the ties between Western philosophy and theoretical mathematics.

Covers the topics students need to know for the AP Calculus exam.

A higher level high school calculus course, designed to cover topics featured on the BC AP exam.

Covers derivative concepts of logarithmic, exponential, and trigonometric functions, partial derivatives, rules for differentiation, and techniques of integration.

Applied Calculus for Business
Spring 2012Topics include quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions; differential calculus of single variable and of several variables; and techniques of integration.

In this course, students will solve a number of problems using mathematics, computer science, and other tools.

In this course, students will study how humans protected their secret messages through history.

This course explores the problems that apply universally to human communication forms throughout history.

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Applied Multivariate Analysis
Amit Mitra, Sharmishtha Mitra, Math — Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur (IIT Kanpur)
N/AThis course will discuss multivariate distributions using practical, real life data.

This course introduces students to the concepts of addition and subtraction, including adding and subtracting postitive and negative whole numbers, carrying, borrowing, and word problems.

In this course, students will learn how to use the principles of matehmatical reasoning in real world scenarios.

This course puts names to properties of common arithmetic operations.

Students will gain a conceptual understanding of decimals, use operations with decimals, round and estimate decimals, and convert decimals.

Students become familiar with understanding and solving exponents without using algebra.

In this course, concepts of factors and multiples are taught, including finding factors and multiples and preparing students to deal with fractions.

This course teaches students how to understand the concepts of fractions, how to use operations with fractions, and how to convert fractions.

Students will learn about multiplication and division with positive and negative whole numbers, understand place value, and round numbers.

This course teaches students about negative numbers and absolute value, which extends the students' knowledge of numbers below 0.

In this course, students will learn the basics of ratios, proportions, units, and rates

Designed as a remedial course in algebra, this course gives students the basics of algebraic operations and concepts.

Behavior of Algorithms
Daniel Spielman, Math — Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Spring 2002This course discusses the behavior of algorithms and theoretical computer science.

This is a math talk that uses the notion of Hilbert's infinite hotel to introduce the idea of infinity.

This is an advanced course covering mathematical topics related to biotechnology.

Topics in this course include the basics and principles amino acids, DNA, RNA, gene therapy, and more.

Blended: College Algebra
Fall 2011This course studies fundamental algebraic operations, exponents, and radicals, systems of equations, higher degree equations, logarithms, matrices, inequalities, and applications.

Blended: Intermediate Algebra
Fall 2011Topics in this course include fundamental operations, special products and factors, functions and fractional equations, exponents, radicals, and quadratic equations.

Topics covered include limits and the derivative, differentiability and continuity, and exponential functions, among others.

The purpose of the course is to provide students with a mathematical basis for personal and business financial decisions through eight instructional modules.

Students enrolled in this course will study calculus, a branch of mathematics focused on limits, functions, derivatives, integrals, and infinite series.

This introductory calculus course covers differential and integral calculus of onevariable functions. Transcendental functions and their applications are also introduced.

Explore calculus with an emphasis on science and engineering applications.

Learn about limits and graphs, continuity, derivatives of trigonometric functions, and more in this online course from Armstrong Atlantic State University.

Calculus & Analytic Geometry For Science & Engineering
Michael B. Meredith, Math — University of CaliforniaSan Diego (UCSD)
Fall 2012Students in this course will be introduced to vectors, threedimensional geometry, multivariable differential calculus, and multiple integrals.

This course provides an introduction to integration and applications of the definite integral.

This course provides an introduction to integration and applications of the definite integral.

This course provides an introduction to integration and applications of the definite integral.

This course provides an introduction to integration and applications of the definite integral.

This course provides an introduction to integration and applications of the definite integral.