"Calculus" Open Courses

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

View Website Advanced Placement Calculus AB video
This course features 46 lessons, each comprised of an interactive video explaining the various areas and concepts of calculus.

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

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

View Website Algebra for Calculus (Prof. Otto) fullcourse Spring 2012
Carolyn Otto, Math—University of WisconsinEau Claire
This 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.

View Website Algebra for Calculus (Prof. Penkava) fullcourse Fall 2011
Michael Penkava, Math—University of WisconsinEau Claire
This 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.

View Website Algebra: In Simplest Terms video
Students learn algebra as well as geometry and calculus basics in order to help them solve everyday problems.

View Website Analysis II fullcourse Fall 2005
Victor Guillemin, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
This course covers multivariable calculus, theory of differential forms in ndimensional vector spaces, and manifolds.

View Website Analytic Combinatorics fullcourse Spring 2013
Robert Sedgewick, Math—Princeton University
Take Analytic Combinatorics to study calculus for precise predictions of large combinatorial structures.

View Website Analytic Geometry and Calculus audio Spring 2013
James Demmel, Math—University of CaliforniaBerkeley (UC Berkeley)
This 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.

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

View Website Analytics of Finance fullcourse Fall 2010
Leonid Kogan, Business—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Financial econometrics and stochastic calculus are just two of the quantitative methods taught in this graduate level class.

View Website AP Calculus AB mixed
Covers the topics students need to know for the AP Calculus exam.

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

View Website Applied Calculus fullcourse Fall 2008
Covers derivative concepts of logarithmic, exponential, and trigonometric functions, partial derivatives, rules for differentiation, and techniques of integration.

View Website Applied Calculus for Business audio Spring 2012
Pauline Chow, Math—Harrisburg Area Community College
Topics include quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions; differential calculus of single variable and of several variables; and techniques of integration.

View Website Applied Mathematical Economics fullcourse
Mian Ahmad Farhan, Business—Virtual University of Pakistan
Study basic calculus, linear algebra, and equilibrium analyses in order to successfully learn about to conduct economic analysis.

View Website Brief Calculus audio Fall 2010
Omayra Ortega, Math—Arizona State University
Topics covered include limits and the derivative, differentiability and continuity, and exponential functions, among others.

View Website Calculus fullcourse
Mir Mirjalalieh Shiraz, Math—University of CaliforniaSan Diego (UCSD)
Students enrolled in this course will study calculus, a branch of mathematics focused on limits, functions, derivatives, integrals, and infinite series.

View Website Calculus fullcourse
Bruce G. Bukiet, Math—New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT)
Explore calculus with an emphasis on science and engineering applications.

View Website Calculus audio Spring 2010
Selwyn Hollis, Math—Armstrong Atlantic State University
Learn about limits and graphs, continuity, derivatives of trigonometric functions, and more in this online course from Armstrong Atlantic State University.

View Website Calculus audio Spring 2013
Slobodan Simic, Math—University of CaliforniaBerkeley (UC Berkeley)
This introductory calculus course covers differential and integral calculus of onevariable functions. Transcendental functions and their applications are also introduced.

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

View Website Calculus 2  Chapter 5 audio Spring 2008
This course provides an introduction to integration and applications of the definite integral.

View Website Calculus 2  Chapter 6 audio Spring 2008
This course provides an introduction to integration and applications of the definite integral.

View Website Calculus 2  Chapter 7 audio Spring 2008
This course provides an introduction to integration and applications of the definite integral.

View Website Calculus 2  Chapter 8 audio Spring 2008
This course provides an introduction to integration and applications of the definite integral.

View Website Calculus 2  Chapter 9 audio Spring 2008
This course provides an introduction to integration and applications of the definite integral.

View Website Calculus and Analytical Geometry fullcourse
Faisal Shah Khan, Math—Virtual University of Pakistan
The topics covered in this course include real numbers, set theory, intervals and inequalities, Lines, functions and graphs, limits and continuity, differentiation, integration, and sequence and series.

View Website Calculus for Business audio Spring 2010
This course applies calculus techniques to business practices and issues.