The main objective is that, upon completing the course, the
student is well prepared for Calculus. To
that end, the student will obtain an in-depth understanding of, and the ability
to solve high-level problems for, all of the so-called elementary functions of
Calculus (includes inverse functions) from the geometrical, computational, and
numerical points of view. This goal
includes MA.1, MA.2, MA.3, MA.7, MA.8, MA.9.

The student will be able to solve problems using various
techniques from algebra, geometry, and trigonometry, including the different
coordinate systems, parametric functions, and vectors.
This goal includes MA.4, MA.10, MA.11, MA.12, MA.13.

The student will understand and be able to use sequences
and series to solve a variety of practical problems such as (but not limited to)
compound interest and population growth. This
goal includes MA.5, MA.6, DM.10.

To support our Calculus-based Physics course, the student
will have basic geometric and intuitive
understanding, and computational skills for both of the main Calculus
operations: the derivative and the
integral.

To support our Research course,
the student will be able to analyze data by performing and then analyzing
data in both technical jargon and the student's own words a variety of
statistical inference procedures. These
procedures include confidence intervals, regression, χ^{2}
–tests, one and two sample t-tests, and ANOVA.
These objectives include PS.4, PS.5, PS.7, PS.18, PS.19, PS.20, PS.21.