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Calculus in one month adds up
These students are knocking out a full semester of calculus in just one month. Way to plan ahead!
Approximately 20 students enrolled in the May term of Calculus I. The students decided that a one-month stint in calculus was a good option.
“I took this class because it’s four weeks long as opposed to all summer,” one student said. The class met for three hours in the afternoon, Tuesdays through Fridays, from May 16–June 9. Some students prefer taking calculus in this format since it is complete in only four weeks.
Calculus I is typically offered in one month sessions in May, June, and July.