The University of the Incarnate Word
MATH 2312 Calculus II
This is a three-hour course which includes formal integration, indeterminate forms, improper
integrals, and infinite series.
The prerequisite for this course consists of completion of MATH 2312 Calculus I with C or
better. This course serves as a prerequisite for MATH 3314. It is a required course for the B.A.
and B.S. mathematics degrees. Student may also enroll in this course by permission from the
instructor. This course may not be repeated for credit.
Description of the course:
The purpose of this course is to prepare students to grasp the concepts of integration for
functions of single variable and to master the techniques of integration. Topics to be include:
applications of integrals, differentiation and integration of transcendental functions, techniques
of integration, indeterminate forms, infinite series. Assessment may include both authentic and
traditional formats, with group and individual activities, to be used in evaluation, validation, and
Outcomes of the course:
Upon completion of this course, the student As measured by:
will be able to:
Apply definite integrals to calculate areas, Problem sets and written examinations
volumes and solve certain problems Classroom discourse
occurred in physics.
Calculate derivatives and integrals for Group activities
transcendental functions. Problem sets and written examinations
Demonstrate various skills in integration. Group activities
Problem sets and written examinations
Learn and grasp the concept of infinite Group activities
series. Problem sets and written examinations
Disability Statement: The University of the Incarnate Word is committed to providing a
supportive, challenging, diverse and integrated environment for all students. In accordance with
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act – Subpart E and Title III of the Americans with Disabilities
Act, the University ensures accessibility to its programs, services, and activities for qualified
students with documented disabilities. For more information contact Dr. Rhonda Rapp or Ada
Soto - Student Disabilities Services Office - AD 117 – Phone (210) 805-5813 – Fax (210) 805-
Policy on Academic Integrity
The highest standards of academic honesty are expected in this course. Forms of academic
dishonesty include, but are not limited to cheating, plagiarism, and counterfeit work, falsification
of academic record, unauthorized reuse of work, theft, and collusion. See the Student Handbook
for definitions and procedures for investigation of claims of academic dishonesty.