Session IV runs from Sunday, July 5 through Friday, July 24. This session is recommended for rising or continuing high school students. Note that weekends and holidays are included in this three-week session. Courses offered:
Session IV – Principia at Caltech runs from Wednesday, July 1 through Friday, July 24. Note that weekends are included in this four-week session. This course is intended for rising or graduating seniors interested in pursuing a degree in engineering or applied science. Students must have completed at least one year of calculus to enroll in this course.
Al-gabr Wa’l-muqabala: Completion & Balancing
This course is a continuation of LETTERS. Presents methodology and procedures to develop advanced algebraic skills essential for the study of higher mathematics. Recommended for students who will take Algebra I or II (rising 8th through 10th grades).
That’s what a function is all about!
Studies the properties, graphs, transformations and compositions of algebraic and elementary transcendental functions. Methodologies and procedures for the solution of nonlinear equations and inequalities will be developed throughout the course. Recommended for students who will take Algebra II or Math Analysis/PreCalculus. (rising 9th through 11th grades)
Develops the ideas and methods of the calculus of Sir Issac Newton and Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz. Recommended for students who have taken pre-calculus or equivalent course or an introductory calculus course. (rising 11th & 12th grades and graduating seniors)
Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy
Presents the mathematical background along with methodologies, techniques and strategies needed to excel in the SAT and ACT college entrance exams. Recommended for students who will be taking the exams in the fall (rising 11th and 12th grades). Note that this course will only be offered if a minimum of 10 students register.
Develops Newtonian mechanics with emphasis on mathematical physics and on problem solving techniques. This course is intended for rising or graduating seniors interested in pursuing a degree in engineering or applied science. Students must have completed at least one year of calculus to enroll in this course. (rising 12th grade and graduating seniors)