Fast Track Calculus is an intensive five-week course intended for outstanding students who have had one year of calculus in high school. In these five weeks, we’ll cover differential and integral calculus, all of multivariable calculus, and become familiar with the computer implementation of mathematics. Successful completion of Fast Track Calculus means that the normal 15 hours of freshman calculus is complete. You’ll receive 15 hours of academic credit and can enter sophomore-level mathematics courses as a freshman. In other words, you get credit for Calculus I, II, and III in just five weeks and before you start your freshman year!
All Fast Track participants must live on campus for the five-week program. Housing and meals are included in your fee, which was $3,940 in 2016. The only additional fees would be for incidental expenses. Financial aid is not available for Fast Track.
The Accelerated Math Physics program will advance your academic career in both mathematics and physics. That means you’ll be ahead of the game, and able to start some sophomore courses at the beginning of freshman year, expanding your options during your time at Rose-Hulman.