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CALCULUS (1)

Based on the concept of limit, we discuss both differential calculus and integral calculus. These will be used as tools to discuss the local and global behavior of real-valued functions.

Course Goal
A. Train benevolent and excellent medical laboratory scientist.
B. Train benevolent and excellent biotechnological experts.
Course Principle Literacy and Competence
[Competence]
  • Competence in medical biotechnology
  • Ability of interdisciplinary learning
  • Courses of Recent Years
    Year/
    Semester
    Course
    Number
    Class
    Code
    Course Name
    (The name will link to the syllabus.)
    Credit Taught in English
    (Yes or No)
    Instructor
    0109/1 I316512 [MATH1041]CALCULUS (1) 2.0 N Sheu, Ruey-Lin
    0108/1 I316512 [MATH1041]CALCULUS (1) 2.0 N Lee, Kuo-Ming
    0107/1 I316512 [MATH1041]CALCULUS (1) 2.0 N Hou, Suchung,Chen, Roger,Yang, Shih-Wei
    0106/1 I316512 [MATH1041]CALCULUS (1) 2.0 N Sheu, Ruey-Lin
    0105/1 I316512 [MATH1041]CALCULUS (1) 2.0 N
    0104/1 I316512 [MATH1041]CALCULUS (1) 2.0 N Lin, Yu-Chu,Chen, Min-Hung,Huang, Yenkun
    0103/1 I316512 [MATH1041]CALCULUS (1) 2.0 N Wang, Chern-Shuh,Wu, Soon-Yi,Hong, Ying-Ji,Chen, Chong-Hong,Huang, Yenkun
    0102/1 I316512 [MATH1041]CALCULUS (1) 2.0 N Huang, Yenkun