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This includes all: interacting with the video lecture, analyzing the notes, thinking and working on homework problems, and sharing ideas on the forum. And summer session is intensive: there are 3 lessons per week, 2 lessons in the fall and spring).\page The final course grade is based on three components: (H) about 25 handwritten homework assignments, (P) your online contributions and participation on the social homework forum (hosted on piazza), and the (E) final comprehensive exam.For questions about the course and its content and pedagogy email Professor Goetz at goetz @ sfsu . \margin \margin \page Transcripts, whether official or unofficial are only available after the date indicated on the sfsu calendar. San Francisco State University is accredited by \href.
(ii) Students interact with the live course notes and read the textbook.\page New non-SFSU students who have never taken classes at SF State or Extended Learning first need to generate an SF State ID and password. In the past the fee for non-SFSU students was 395 US dollars per unit.(Caclulus I is a four unit course.) Students will have access to the learning environment which includes an active moderated student-staff forum. Goetz will make available his most recent (a) high definition downloadable and streamable video lectures [the videos play on smart phones, ipads, laptops] (b) interactive lecture notes at no additional cost.\expand \expand \emph \href \page In the past students competing for admission to top medical schools or MBA programs, requested letters of recommendation.Professor Goetz will gladly write a letter if requested by a student whose contributions to online learning are particularly meaningful. \page (Calculus 1 carries 4 semester units) Updated information are found on fees and refunds are found on \href page.
Most other calculus courses in the US require that you buy an expensive particular textbook and perhaps a lab access in addition to the tuition. \page The class offers 4 semester units, the same credit earned by SFSU students who take calculus in the Mathematics Department.