Fall Program (Math 113, Calculus I)

All Calculus I courses consist of a lecture section (MA 113) which meets three days per week, and a recitation section (MA 193). Non-Excel sections consist of two meetings of 75 minutes each with a one teaching assistant in sections of approximately 30 students. Excel sections consist of three meetings of 2 hours each with one workshop leader and two undergraduate assistants. The undergraduate assistants are often students who have participated in Math Excel in a previous year. During the workshops, students work on a list of hard problems in small groups, facilitated by the workshop leader and the undergraduate assistants.

Spring Program (Math 114, Calculus II)

All Calculus I courses consist of a lecture section (MA 114) which meets three days per week, and a recitation section (MA 194). Non-Excel sections consist of two meetings of 75 minutes each with a one teaching assistant in sections of approximately 30 students. Excel sections consist of three meetings of 2 hours each with one workshop leader and two undergraduate assistants. The undergraduate assistants are often students who have participated in Math Excel in a previous year. During the workshops, students work on a list of hard problems in small groups, facilitated by the workshop leader and the undergraduate assistants.

Spring Program (Math 113, Calculus I)

All sections of Calculus I consist of a lecture section (MA 113) which meets three days per week, and a recitation section which meets for 75 minutes twice a week. For students taking Calculus I in the spring term (especially students who have taken Math 110 in the fall), the Math Excel program offers a supplementary problem-solving workshop that meets once per week for 90 minutes, in addition to the two weekly recitation meetings. During the supplementary workshop, students work on a problem list of hard problems in small groups, facilitated by the workshop leader and one or more undergraduate assistants.