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  • Calculus and Analytic Geometry I Course | UW Independent Learning
    and hyperbolic functions Access to MathXL can be purchased at the MathXL website The site also provides a browser check and information on which plug ins are needed to work with MathXL In addition Microsoft Word and MathType an equation editor are needed for eight major homework assignments For more information on MathType please see the MathType information page If problems are done by hand a scanner will be needed Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites Grade of C or better in Pre Calculus Math 124 or Algebra and Trigonometry 114 or College Algebra 110 or 112 and Trigonometry 113 or equivalent or placement into course based on UW System math placement test score Credits 5 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Online Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 1635 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1710 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials A subscription to MathXL will be required for this course and can be purchased at http www mathxl com

    Original URL path: https://il.wisconsin.edu/catalog/course.aspx?course=U3600-221 (2016-02-16)
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  • Calculus and Analytic Geometry II Course | UW Independent Learning
    techniques of integration polar coordinates conic sections infinite series and vectors of two and three dimensions Access to MathXL can be purchased at the MathXL website The site also provides a browser check and information on which plug ins are needed to work with MathXL In addition a scanner will be needed for nine written homework assignments Alternately Microsoft Word and its equation editor may be used to complete the written homework assignments Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites Grade of C or better in Math 221 or placement based on math placement test score or AP exam score Credits 5 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Online Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 1635 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1710 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials A subscription to MathXL will be required for this course and can be purchased at http www mathxl com Scanner Student s Solutions Manual for Thomas Calculus Single Variable ISBN 0321600703 Edition 12th Thomas

    Original URL path: https://il.wisconsin.edu/catalog/course.aspx?course=U3600-222 (2016-02-16)
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  • Calculus and Analytic Geometry III Course | UW Independent Learning
    and Analytic Geometry III A continuation of 222 The major topics are analytic geometry of three dimensions functions of several variables partial differentiation multiple integration and an introduction to differential equations Access to MathXL can be purchased at the MathXL website The site also provides a browser check and information on which plug ins are needed to work with MathXL In addition a scanner will be needed for nine written homework assignments Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites Grade of C or better in Math 222 or the equivalent Credits 5 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Online Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 1635 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1710 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials A subscription to MathXL will be required for this course and can be purchased at http www mathxl com Scanner Student Solutions Manual for Thomas Calculus Multivariable ISBN 0321600711 Edition 12th Thomas Calculus ISBN 0321587995 Edition 12th Order course materials online at Follett or

    Original URL path: https://il.wisconsin.edu/catalog/course.aspx?course=U3600-223 (2016-02-16)
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  • Global Physical Environments Course | UW Independent Learning
    include the structure of the atmosphere the flow of energy in the earth atmosphere system tornadoes and hurricanes the distribution of terrestrial climates geographic distribution of flora and fauna internal processes and plate tectonics denudation processes soils and water resources the aeolian and glacial processes that shape arid and postglacial landscapes and a variety of human impacts Numerous animations reveal the dynamics of the phenomena discussed in the course Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites High school graduation GED or consent of adviser Credits 3 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Online Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 981 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1056 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials Ice Age Deposits of Wisconsin map freely available at http wgnhs uwex edu pubs download m034 Landforms of Wisconsin map freely available at http wgnhs uwex edu pubs m042 Physical Geography with CD ISBN 0132239019 Edition 9th Quadrangle of Big Falls Dam Wisc map ISBN 0607584815 Available for free See

    Original URL path: https://il.wisconsin.edu/catalog/course.aspx?course=U416-120 (2016-02-16)
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  • Environmental Conservation Course | UW Independent Learning
    Policies Transcripts Instructors Resources Course Catalog 0 U416 339 Environmental Conservation An introductory course in environmental science You will explore the interactions between the natural world biosphere atmosphere hydrosphere and lithosphere and cultural world demographics economics politics and technology You will also examine such topics as air and water pollution global climate change energy alternatives and energy efficiency solid and hazardous waste loss of biodiversity human health food resources effects of urbanization and the management of public lands Strong emphasis is placed on evaluating potential solutions to identified environmental problems Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites Sophomore standing or consent of adviser Credits 3 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Online Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 981 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1056 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials Living in the Environment ISBN 9781133940135 Edition 18th Order course materials online at Follett or call 1 866 243 0077 Check the syllabus to find out whether your materials are optional

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  • Weather and Climate Course | UW Independent Learning
    Books Materials Policies Transcripts Instructors Resources Course Catalog 0 U640 100 Weather and Climate A study of the earth s atmospheric environment You will explore the powerful extensive physical forces that affect economic and political affairs worldwide Topics include the chemical and physical structure of the atmosphere the nature and variability of winds the causes for the observed seasonal and spatial temperature patterns cloud and precipitation formation atmospheric optics atmospheric circulation regimes severe weather systems weather forecasting and climatic change Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites None Credits 3 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Print Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 981 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1056 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials Meteorology ISBN 0132667010 Edition 5th U640 100 Course Guide Edition current The Course Guide will be emailed as a pdf file within 1 3 days of registration Order course materials online at Follett or call 1 866 243 0077 Check the syllabus to find out whether

    Original URL path: https://il.wisconsin.edu/catalog/course.aspx?course=U640-100 (2016-02-16)
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  • General Physics I Course | UW Independent Learning
    Physics I A traditional non calculus based first semester physics course in three modules You will study motion in one dimension vectors and two dimensional motion and the laws of motion work and energy momentum and collisions circular motion and the law of gravity rotational equilibrium and rotational dynamics and solids and fluids and thermal physics heat the laws of thermodynamics vibrations and waves and sound Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites High school physics algebra and trigonometry or consent of instructor Credits 3 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Print Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 981 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1056 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials Essentials of College Physics ISBN 0495106194 Edition 1st Student Solutions Manual for Essentials of College Physics Vol 1 ISBN 0495107816 Edition 1st U754 103 Course Guide Edition Latest The Course Guide will be emailed as a pdf file within 1 3 days of registration Order course materials online at Follett or

    Original URL path: https://il.wisconsin.edu/catalog/course.aspx?course=U754-103 (2016-02-16)
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  • General Physics II Course | UW Independent Learning
    II A traditional non calculus based second semester physics course in three modules You will study electric forces and electric fields electrical energy and capacitance current and resistance direct current circuits magnetism induced voltage and inductance and alternating current circuits and electromagnetic waves reflection and refraction of light mirrors and lenses wave optics and optical instruments and relativity quantum physics atomic physics nuclear physics and nuclear energy and elementary particles Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites Physics 103 or consent of instructor Credits 3 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Print Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 981 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1056 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials Essentials of College Physics ISBN 0495106194 Edition 1st Student Solutions Manual for Essentials of College Physics Vol 2 ISBN 0495107824 Edition 1st U754 104 Course Guide Edition Latest The Course Guide will be emailed as a pdf file within 1 3 days of registration Order course materials online at Follett or

    Original URL path: https://il.wisconsin.edu/catalog/course.aspx?course=U754-104 (2016-02-16)
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