An overview of undergraduate courses in the math department, excluding some non-major courses, shows the prerequisite dependency between courses. Please refer to the University Bulletin for the exact requirements for the degree.
The Mathematics Department at Binghamton offers a three semester sequence in Calculus (Math 224/225, Math 226/227 and Math 323), as well as a course in Calculus designed for business majors (Math 220). You can also take Math 223/224 for your first semester of the Calculus sequence. Students who want to take Math 223/224, Math 224/225, or Math 220 must pass the Calculus Placement Test, which covers basic precalculus mathematics. Those students who require more background before taking Math 223/224, Math 224/225 or Math 220 can take our Precalculus course, Math 108. There is no placement exam requirement to take Math 108.
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The Department of Mathematical Sciences is pleased to continue the Honors Calculus course. Click Honors Calculus for a flyer of the course. The course number is Math 230. It is run independent of the regular calculus series.