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MATH 103 Integral Calculus with Applications to Life Sciences

Antiderivatives and definite integrals, infinite series, applications to probability and dynamical systems. Please consult the Faculty of Science Credit Exclusion List: www.calendar.ubc.ca/vancouver/index.cfm?tree=12,215,410,414.

This course is eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading. To determine whether you can take this course for Credit/D/Fail grading, visit the Credit/D/Fail website. You must register in the course before you can select the Credit/D/Fail grading option.

Credits: 3

Pre-reqs: One of MATH 100, MATH 102, MATH 104, MATH 110, MATH 120, MATH 180, MATH 184.


Status Section Activity Term Interval Days Start Time End Time Comments
Full MATH 103 201 Lecture 2 Mon Wed Fri 10:00 11:00

The SIS will enforce automatically prerequisites for this course if you have not received credit for a prerequisite course in a previous term

or are not registered in a prerequisite course. For example, if you have not received credit for MATH 100 or have not registered in it before

trying to register for the follow up course MATH 101, the system will block your registration for MATH 101. If you register for MATH 100 in

Term 1 or have previous credit for it, the system will allow you to register in MATH 101 in Term 2 as it knows you are taking a prerequisite

course in Term 1 or have already received credit for MATH 100. Sometimes the system will show a pop up message that questions your

pre-requisite, however, ignore that if you know you have the prerequisite and you are successfullly registered. Adding a course to your Work List is not the same as registering for it, so, it is possible to add a course to your list without having the prerequisite but, when

you go to actually register, it will block you if no prerequisite is there. If you know you have the prerequisite but it has not been added

to your UBC file, take care of that by contacting UBC Admissions at admissions.inquiry@ubc.ca.


Full MATH 103 202 Lecture 2 Mon Wed Fri 10:00 11:00

The SIS will enforce automatically prerequisites for this course if you have not received credit for a prerequisite course in a previous term

or are not registered in a prerequisite course. For example, if you have not received credit for MATH 100 or have not registered in it before

trying to register for the follow up course MATH 101, the system will block your registration for MATH 101. If you register for MATH 100 in

Term 1 or have previous credit for it, the system will allow you to register in MATH 101 in Term 2 as it knows you are taking a prerequisite

course in Term 1 or have already received credit for MATH 100. Sometimes the system will show a pop up message that questions your

pre-requisite, however, ignore that if you know you have the prerequisite and you are successfullly registered. Adding a course to your Work List is not the same as registering for it, so, it is possible to add a course to your list without having the prerequisite but, when

you go to actually register, it will block you if no prerequisite is there. If you know you have the prerequisite but it has not been added

to your UBC file, take care of that by contacting UBC Admissions at admissions.inquiry@ubc.ca.


Full MATH 103 203 Lecture 2 Mon Wed Fri 12:00 13:00

The SIS will enforce automatically prerequisites for this course if you have not received credit for a prerequisite course in a previous term

or are not registered in a prerequisite course. For example, if you have not received credit for MATH 100 or have not registered in it before

trying to register for the follow up course MATH 101, the system will block your registration for MATH 101. If you register for MATH 100 in

Term 1 or have previous credit for it, the system will allow you to register in MATH 101 in Term 2 as it knows you are taking a prerequisite

course in Term 1 or have already received credit for MATH 100. Sometimes the system will show a pop up message that questions your

pre-requisite, however, ignore that if you know you have the prerequisite and you are successfullly registered. Adding a course to your Work List is not the same as registering for it, so, it is possible to add a course to your list without having the prerequisite but, when

you go to actually register, it will block you if no prerequisite is there. If you know you have the prerequisite but it has not been added

to your UBC file, take care of that by contacting UBC Admissions at admissions.inquiry@ubc.ca.


Restricted MATH 103 206 Lecture 2 Tue Thu 15:30 17:00

The SIS will enforce automatically prerequisites for this course if you have not received credit for a prerequisite course in a previous term

or are not registered in a prerequisite course. For example, if you have not received credit for MATH 100 or have not registered in it before

trying to register for the follow up course MATH 101, the system will block your registration for MATH 101. If you register for MATH 100 in

Term 1 or have previous credit for it, the system will allow you to register in MATH 101 in Term 2 as it knows you are taking a prerequisite

course in Term 1 or have already received credit for MATH 100. Sometimes the system will show a pop up message that questions your

pre-requisite, however, ignore that if you know you have the prerequisite and you are successfullly registered. Adding a course to your Work List is not the same as registering for it, so, it is possible to add a course to your list without having the prerequisite but, when

you go to actually register, it will block you if no prerequisite is there. If you know you have the prerequisite but it has not been added

to your UBC file, take care of that by contacting UBC Admissions at admissions.inquiry@ubc.ca.


Restricted MATH 103 207 Lecture 2 Tue Thu 15:30 17:00

The SIS will enforce automatically prerequisites for this course if you have not received credit for a prerequisite course in a previous term

or are not registered in a prerequisite course. For example, if you have not received credit for MATH 100 or have not registered in it before

trying to register for the follow up course MATH 101, the system will block your registration for MATH 101. If you register for MATH 100 in

Term 1 or have previous credit for it, the system will allow you to register in MATH 101 in Term 2 as it knows you are taking a prerequisite

course in Term 1 or have already received credit for MATH 100. Sometimes the system will show a pop up message that questions your

pre-requisite, however, ignore that if you know you have the prerequisite and you are successfullly registered. Adding a course to your Work List is not the same as registering for it, so, it is possible to add a course to your list without having the prerequisite but, when

you go to actually register, it will block you if no prerequisite is there. If you know you have the prerequisite but it has not been added

to your UBC file, take care of that by contacting UBC Admissions at admissions.inquiry@ubc.ca.


Full MATH 103 208 Lecture 2 Mon Wed Fri 8:00 9:00

The SIS will enforce automatically prerequisites for this course if you have not received credit for a prerequisite course in a previous term

or are not registered in a prerequisite course. For example, if you have not received credit for MATH 100 or have not registered in it before

trying to register for the follow up course MATH 101, the system will block your registration for MATH 101. If you register for MATH 100 in

Term 1 or have previous credit for it, the system will allow you to register in MATH 101 in Term 2 as it knows you are taking a prerequisite

course in Term 1 or have already received credit for MATH 100. Sometimes the system will show a pop up message that questions your

pre-requisite, however, ignore that if you know you have the prerequisite and you are successfullly registered. Adding a course to your Work List is not the same as registering for it, so, it is possible to add a course to your list without having the prerequisite but, when

you go to actually register, it will block you if no prerequisite is there. If you know you have the prerequisite but it has not been added

to your UBC file, take care of that by contacting UBC Admissions at admissions.inquiry@ubc.ca.

Full MATH 103 209 Lecture 2 Tue Thu 8:00 9:30

The SIS will enforce automatically prerequisites for this course if you have not received credit for a prerequisite course in a previous term

or are not registered in a prerequisite course. For example, if you have not received credit for MATH 100 or have not registered in it before

trying to register for the follow up course MATH 101, the system will block your registration for MATH 101. If you register for MATH 100 in

Term 1 or have previous credit for it, the system will allow you to register in MATH 101 in Term 2 as it knows you are taking a prerequisite

course in Term 1 or have already received credit for MATH 100. Sometimes the system will show a pop up message that questions your

pre-requisite, however, ignore that if you know you have the prerequisite and you are successfullly registered. Adding a course to your Work List is not the same as registering for it, so, it is possible to add a course to your list without having the prerequisite but, when

you go to actually register, it will block you if no prerequisite is there. If you know you have the prerequisite but it has not been added

to your UBC file, take care of that by contacting UBC Admissions at admissions.inquiry@ubc.ca.


STT MATH 103 212 Lecture 2 Tue Thu 14:00 15:30

This section is restricted to Coordinated Science students.

The SIS will enforce automatically prerequisites for this course if you have not received credit for a prerequisite course in a previous term

or are not registered in a prerequisite course. For example, if you have not received credit for MATH 100 or have not registered in it before

trying to register for the follow up course MATH 101, the system will block your registration for MATH 101. If you register for MATH 100 in

Term 1 or have previous credit for it, the system will allow you to register in MATH 101 in Term 2 as it knows you are taking a prerequisite

course in Term 1 or have already received credit for MATH 100. Sometimes the system will show a pop up message that questions your

pre-requisite, however, ignore that if you know you have the prerequisite and you are successfullly registered. Adding a course to your Work List is not the same as registering for it, so, it is possible to add a course to your list without having the prerequisite but, when

you go to actually register, it will block you if no prerequisite is there. If you know you have the prerequisite but it has not been added

to your UBC file, take care of that by contacting UBC Admissions at admissions.inquiry@ubc.ca.