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Updated: November 02, 2015

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Honors Calculus Course Debuts This Fall

Foothill Is Only California Community College to Offer This Course

Foothill College debuts its first honors math course this fall with MATH 1AH: Honors Calculus I and MATH 1AHP: Honors Calculus I Seminar, which are taken concurrently. The first honors course of its kind to be offered by a California Community College, both courses explore concepts of applied and theoretical mathematics, and expect students to gain deep conceptual understanding in both areas.

You’ll study the topics featured in a standard beginning calculus class, as well as unique topics, including proofs of major theorems, indifferential calculus, and proofs of limits and derivatives. In addition to completing a major project that applies calculus concepts, you’ll learn to use mathematical keyboarding software to complement project and assignments.

To register for MATH 1AH and MATH 1AHP, you must first apply to the Foothill College Honors Institute. To review Honors Institute eligibility requirements and apply for the program, access

Both courses transfer to the CSU and UC systems.

For the best selection of fall classes, register now at

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