Take Calculus I online at your own pace
ACE Credit®-recommended for 4.0 semester credits
Sophia’s Calculus I course helps you build mastery of the fundamental concepts of calculus. In this course, you will start by reviewing precalculus topics and then gain experience with limits and continuity, interpretations and applications of derivatives, and techniques of integration. You will also have the opportunity to demonstrate the application of these calculus topics with real-world situations.
Assessments and grading
This is a pass/fail course. You must complete 21 Challenges (formative assessments) and 6 Milestones (summative assessments) with an overall score of 70% or better.
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- Take the first Challenge of any course
- Go at your own pace
- Access anytime, anywhere
- Confirm your completed courses will transfer
Check Sophia’s list of partner schools to see if your school is on the list. If not, contact your registrar to learn about your school’s transfer credit policy and if Sophia coursework can be submitted for transfer.
Sophia course completions do not expire and will be available to submit for transfer when you’re ready. At that time, check with your school’s registrar for their credit transfer policies.
If you’ve completed the first Challenge during your free trial, you can pick up right where you left off after you become a Sophia member.
Don’t worry. Your completed courses won’t disappear if you cancel your membership. Those courses will be there for you when you’re ready to submit for transfer.
If you have an education benefit through your employer, it may cover your subscription to Sophia. Check with your benefits administrator to find out if you qualify.
Earn college-level credit
With Sophia, you can take up to two courses at a time – accessible anytime, anywhere – for only $99 a month.
The American Council on Education's College Credit Recommendation Service (ACE® Credit) has evaluated and recommended college credit for 33 of Sophia's online courses for college credit. These courses are eligible to transfer to many different colleges and universities.
The DEAC is a national accrediting organization that evaluates distance education curriculum. The Council for Higher Education Accreditation and the U.S. Department of Education recognize the DEAC as a trusted distance education authority.