# Sample Course Syllabus for Math 2242 Calculus II

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```							                (Sample) Course Syllabus for Calculus II, Math 2242, Section A

Credit Hours:             4 (5 contact hours)
Term:                     Spring 2008
Course Meetings:          T, R @ 8:00-9:15; M, F @ 8:00-8:50
Course Location:          Math/Physics 1305; Math/Physics 3001
Prerequisite Course:      Minimum grade of C in Math 1441 (Calculus I) or equivalent.
Instructor:               Mark Cauchy
Office Location:          Math/Physics 3091
Phone Number:             681-xxxx
E-mail:           MCauchy@georgiasouthern.edu
Fax Number:               681-0654
Office Hours:             Monday-Friday 10:00-12:00, or by appointment
Textbook:                 Calculus, Eleventh Edition, George B. Thomas, Addison Wesley.
Course Description: Includes an introduction to transcendental functions, techniques of integration,
improper integrals, infinite series and conics.
Course Objectives:        The student will demonstrate an understanding of the calculus of exponential,
logarithmic, and inverse trigonometric functions. The student will also develop a basic understanding of
advanced integration techniques, infinite sequences and series as well as selected topics from parametric
equations, polar coordinates, and conic sections. The student will be able to use a computer algebra system to
assist in calculation and visualization. For General Education Objectives, see
Assessment of Course Objectives:           Student achievement will be measured through three hourly exams worth
a total of 66% of the course grade, a comprehensive final worth 24% of the course grade, and labs, quizzes, and
homework worth 10% of the course grade.
Grading Policy (varies by instructor): Grades will be assigned based on the percentage of points earned. A
student earning 90-100% of the total points will receive a course grade of an A, 80-89% a B, 70-79% a C, 60-
69% a D and below 60% an F.
Make-up Policy (varies by instructor): No make-up exams will be given. When a student misses an exam the
score from the final exam will be substituted for the missing exam score. No late homework will be accepted.
Attendance Policy (varies by instructor): Students are expected to attend each class meeting and pay attention but
attendance will not be taken. A student who misses class is responsible to find out what was discussed and learn
the material that was covered on the missed day. The instructor is not responsible for re-teaching material missed
by a student who did not attend class.
failing grade (F) for the entire course and will be reported to the University Judicial Officer. For a full
discussion of academic dishonesty, see the Student Guide at
http://students.georgiasouthern.edu/sta/guide/.
Civility Statement: See the Student Conduct Code at the URL above.
Disability Policy: See http://students.georgiasouthern.edu/disability/.
Additional Help: The Academic Success Center offers free peer tutoring during the week. Contact the
tutorial centers for exact hours at 681-0321 or http://academics.georgiasouthern.edu/success/.
Important Dates:
1/21/2008:        Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday
3/10/2008:       Last day to drop without academic penalty
3/17 – 3/21:     Spring Break
5/5/2008:        Last day of classes
??               Final Exam ??

[The instructor may also want to include here an Outline of Topics or an Approximate Lecture Schedule.]

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