Math Self-Evaluation: Calculus II

KU Math Student Self-Evaluation/Declaration of Math Proficiency by MAP Students  

KU MAP for Engineering students will be required to complete a Student Self-Evaluation/Declaration of Math Proficiency. This is meant to confirm that students coming into KU MAP for Engineering have the appropriate math proficiency levels or equivalent demonstrated proficiency levels required for the Engineering degree programs listed below: 

 

Master of Civil Engineering (MCE): Calculus II and Linear Algebra or equivalent demonstrated proficiency

Master of Science in Civil Engineering (MS Civ Eng): Calculus II and Linear Algebra or equivalent demonstrated proficiency

Master of Science in Architectural Engineering (MS): Calculus II and Linear Algebra or equivalent demonstrated proficiency

Master of Science in Engineering Management (MS EMGT): Calculus I or equivalent demonstrated proficiency

Master of Engineering Project Management (MEng PMGT): Calculus I or equivalent demonstrated proficiency

 

If you are applying for the Master of Civil Engineering (MCE), Master of Science in Civil Engineering (MS Civ Eng), or the Master of Science in Architectural Engineering (MS), you must complete the Math Self-Evaluation that covers Calculus II and Linear Algebra. Upon completing the Math Self-Evaluation, and reviewing your results, it is your decision to continue to the Declaration of Math Proficiency to certify that you have the equivalent demonstrated proficiency in math that corresponds to your intended degree program. You will not be eligible for admission into that MAP degree program if you do not check the box on the Declaration portion of the application in the item called the Declaration of Math Proficiency. You must not check the box if your Math Self-Evaluation results fall below the minimum required proficiency.   

 

KU Math Self-Evaluation for Civil Engineering

The problems below cover some of the general topics (techniques of integration, series, basic matrix operations) covered in a typical second course in Calculus and the beginning of a linear algebra class. A student preparing for a Master of Civil Engineering (MCE)/Master of Science in Civil Engineering (MS Civ Eng)/Master of Science in Architectural Engineering (MS) should have minimum difficulty with the ten questions below. The correct answers are accessible with a diagnostics legend that explains two possible outcomes based on your score after you have completed the Math Self-Evaluation. 




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