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Republic of the Philippines

NORTHWEST SAMAR STATE UNIVERSITY


College of Engineering and Technology
Rueda Street, Calbayog City
Actualizing visions.
Harnessing potentials. (055) 209-3657; (055) 533- main@nwssu.edu.ph
Improving lives. 9857(055) 209-3657 www.nwssu.edu.ph

COURSE SYLLABUS
1. COURSE SPECIFICATIONS
Course Title CALCULUS I Course Code: MATH I
Course Description An introductory course covering the core concepts of limit, continuity and differentiability of functions involving one or more variables. This also includes
the application of differential calculations in solving problems on optimization, rates of change, related rates, tangents and normals, and approximations;
partial differentiation and transcendental curve tracing.
SY/Semester 2018 – 2019 / First Semester Credit Units 5 units: 5 hours lecture/week
Program(s) to Pre-requisite None
which it contributes BSCE Co-requisite None

2. VISION AND MISSION OF NwSSU


VISION MISSION
A provider of relevant and quality education to a society where citizens are expected to An academic institution providing technological, professional, research and extension
become competent, skilled, dignified, and community-oriented. programs to form principled men and women of competencies and skills responsive to
local and global development needs.

3. INSTITUTIONAL GRADUATE OUTCOMES (IGO)


NwSSU IGO Operational Indicators
IGO1. Creative and  Solves problems  Receptive to new ideas
Critical Thinkers  Generates new and innovative ideas  Makes a sound judgment
 Exhibits questioning mind
IGO2. Life-long  Manifests willingness to learn  Applies theory to practice
Learners  Updates knowledge, skills and qualification  Influences transformative change
 Accepts challenges while calculating risks
IGO3. Effective  Demonstrates good and oral and written communication  Listens attentively and emphatically
Communicators  Expresses thoughts clearly and responsibly  Responds to social issues and problems
IGO4. Morally and  Leads a morally and socially upright life  Advocates environmental conservation and cultural preservation
Socially Upright  Demonstrates ethics and professionalism  Manifests gender sensitivity
Individuals  Responds to community development needs  Shows social maturity in dealing with others
Republic of the Philippines
NORTHWEST SAMAR STATE UNIVERSITY
College of Engineering and Technology
Rueda Street, Calbayog City
Actualizing visions.
Harnessing potentials. (055) 209-3657; (055) 533- main@nwssu.edu.ph
Improving lives. 9857(055) 209-3657 www.nwssu.edu.ph

4. PROGRAM/DEGREE OUTCOMES (PGO)

NWSSU-IGO PGO Code BSCE Program Graduate Outcomes


IGO1. Creative and Apply knowledge of mathematics and science to solve civil engineering problems
Critical Thinkers CE-A
Design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data
CE-B

CE-C Design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints, in accordance with standards
IGO2. Life-long
Learner Function in multidisciplinary and multi-cultural teams
CE-D
Identify, formulate, and solve civil engineering problems
CE-E
Understand professional and ethical responsibility
IGO3. Effective CE-F
Communicator Communicate effectively civil engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large
CE-G
Understand the impact of civil engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context
CE-H

CE-I Recognize the need for, and engage in life-long learning


IGO4. Morally and
Socially Upright Know contemporary issues
CE-J
Individuals
Use techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for civil engineering practice
CE-K
CE-L Know and understand engineering and management principles as a member and leader of a team, and to manage projects in a
multidisciplinary environment
CE-M Understand at least one specialized field of civil engineering practice
Republic of the Philippines
NORTHWEST SAMAR STATE UNIVERSITY
College of Engineering and Technology
Rueda Street, Calbayog City
Actualizing visions.
Harnessing potentials. (055) 209-3657; (055) 533- main@nwssu.edu.ph
Improving lives. 9857(055) 209-3657 www.nwssu.edu.ph

5. LEARNING OUTCOMES (LO)

Learning Outcomes CE-A CE-B CE-C CE-D CE-E CE-F CE-G CE-H CE-I CE-J CE-K CE-L CE-M
LO1. Differentiate algebraic and transcendental functions. 1
LO2. Apply the concept of differentiation in solving word problems. 1
LO3. Analyze and trace transcendental curves. 1
1-Introduce 2-Reinforced 3- Practiced

6. MAJOR COURSE OUTPUTS (MCO)/OTHER REQUIREMENTS AND GRADING SYSTEM

Learning Outcomes Required Output Due Date


TH
LO1, LO2 MCO1: Compiled Problem Set (Topics 1 to 10) 9 WEEK
LO3 MCO2: Complete Compilation of Problem Sets 18TH WEEK

ASSESSMENT:

The student will be assessed by the following:


 Quizzes
 Board Works
 Seat Works/Exercises
 Two Long Exams
 One Term Exam

GRADING SYSTEM:

To pass this course, one must accumulate at least 75 points through the course requirements discussed above. The maximum points that a student can
obtain through each requirement are shown below:
Republic of the Philippines
NORTHWEST SAMAR STATE UNIVERSITY
College of Engineering and Technology
Rueda Street, Calbayog City
Actualizing visions.
Harnessing potentials. (055) 209-3657; (055) 533- main@nwssu.edu.ph
Improving lives. 9857(055) 209-3657 www.nwssu.edu.ph

Requirement/Assessment Task Percent (%)


Term Exam 30
Long Exam 30
Quiz 20
Boardwork, Seatwork 10
Problem Set 10
TOTAL 100

7. LEARNING PLAN

Learning Teaching and Learning Week


Topic Assessment Resources
Outcome Activities (Methodology) No.
I. Functions Seatwork, Paper and pen,
LO1 II. Limits and Lecture, Quiz, Projector, 1-2
Continuity Problem Solving Boardwork Chalk Board/White board
Seatwork, Paper and pen,
III. The Derivative Lecture, Quiz,
LO1 Projector, 3
Problem Solving Boardwork Chalk Board/White board
IV. The Slope Seatwork, Paper and pen,
LO1 V. The Rate of Change Lecture, Quiz, Projector, 4-5
Problem Solving Boardwork Chalk Board/White board
VI. The Chain Rule & Seatwork,
Paper and pen,
The General Power Lecture, Quiz,
LO1 Projector, 6-7
Rule Problem Solving Boardwork
Chalk Board/White board
7th
LO1 Test Paper
Long Exam Week
VII. Implicit Lecture, Seatwork, Paper and pen,
LO1 8-9
Differentiation Problem Solving Quiz, Projector,
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College of Engineering and Technology
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VIII. Higher Order Boardwork Chalk Board/White board


Derivatives
Lecture, Seatwork, Paper and pen,
LO1 IX. Polynomial Curves Problem Solving Quiz, Projector, 10
Boardwork Chalk Board/White board
Lecture, Seatwork, Paper and pen,
X. Applications of the
LO2 Problem Solving Quiz, Projector, 11
Derivative
Boardwork Chalk Board/White board
Lecture, Seatwork, Paper and pen,
LO1 XI. The Differential Problem Solving Quiz, Projector, 12
Boardwork Chalk Board/White board
XII. Derivatives of Lecture, Seatwork,
Paper and pen,
Trigonometric & Problem Solving Quiz,
LO1 Projector, 13
Inverse Trigonometric Boardwork
Chalk Board/White board
Functions
XIII. Derivatives of Lecture, Seatwork,
Paper and pen,
Logarithmic, Problem Solving Quiz,
LO1 Projector, 14
Exponential & Boardwork
Chalk Board/White board
Hyperbolic Functions
14th
LO1-LO2 Long Exam Test Paper
Week
Lecture, Seatwork, Paper and pen,
XIV. Solutions of
LO2 Problem Solving Quiz, Projector, 15
Equations
Boardwork Chalk Board/White board
Lecture, Seatwork, Paper and pen,
XV. Transcendental
LO3 Problem Solving Quiz, Projector, 16
Curve Tracing
Boardwork Chalk Board/White board
Lecture, Seatwork, Paper and pen,
XVI. Parametric
LO1 Problem Solving Quiz, Projector, 17
Equations
Boardwork Chalk Board/White board
Republic of the Philippines
NORTHWEST SAMAR STATE UNIVERSITY
College of Engineering and Technology
Rueda Street, Calbayog City
Actualizing visions.
Harnessing potentials. (055) 209-3657; (055) 533- main@nwssu.edu.ph
Improving lives. 9857(055) 209-3657 www.nwssu.edu.ph

Lecture, Seatwork, Paper and pen,


XVII. Partial
LO1 Problem Solving Quiz, Projector, 18
Differentiation
Boardwork Chalk Board/White board
LO1-LO3 Final Exam Test Paper 18th Wk

8. RUBRIC FOR ASSESSMENT:

A. Problem Set

EXCEEDS STANDARDS MEETS STANDARDS APPROACHING STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET STANDARDS
CRITERIA
(4) (3) (2) (1)

The concept and process of The concept and process of Some of the concept and process of The concept and process of calculus
Content calculus is applied correctly. calculus is applied correctly. calculus is applied correctly. Some is incorrectly applied. Almost all of
(40%) Procedures are clear, orderly Procedures are clear, orderly and of the procedures are the procedure is missing.
and with accompanying figures with accompanying figures (if unclear/incomplete.
(if needed). Additional factors needed).
are considered in the solution.

Formulas are utilized correctly Formulas are utilized correctly in Formulas are utilized but with Formulas are incorrectly utilized or
in the computations. The the computations. lacking computations. not used at all.
Computations calculations showed mastery of
(60%) calculus.
Republic of the Philippines
NORTHWEST SAMAR STATE UNIVERSITY
College of Engineering and Technology
Rueda Street, Calbayog City
Actualizing visions.
Harnessing potentials. (055) 209-3657; (055) 533- main@nwssu.edu.ph
Improving lives. 9857(055) 209-3657 www.nwssu.edu.ph

B. Boardwork/Seatwork

EXCEEDS STANDARDS MEETS STANDARDS APPROACHING STANDARDS DOES NOT MEET STANDARDS
CRITERIA
(4) (3) (2) (1)

Completes task at most 10 Completes task exactly at the Completes task at most 10 minutes Completes task beyond 10 minutes
Time minutes before the allotted allotted time. beyond the allotted time. from the allotted time.
(40%) time.

Uses an excellent method in Uses an excellent method in Uses a method in performing the Uses an inappropriate and
performing the solution and performing the solution and solution but with missing incomplete method in performing
Technique follows the appropriate follows the appropriate approach calculations. The final answer is the solution. The final answer is
& approach to the problem. The to the problem. The final answer is given though with missing units incorrect.
Result final answer is properly given properly given with appropriate and/or incomplete value.
(60%) with appropriate units, as units, as needed. .
needed. Explains the solution
to the class.
Republic of the Philippines
NORTHWEST SAMAR STATE UNIVERSITY
College of Engineering and Technology
Rueda Street, Calbayog City
Actualizing visions.
Harnessing potentials. (055) 209-3657; (055) 533- main@nwssu.edu.ph
Improving lives. 9857(055) 209-3657 www.nwssu.edu.ph

9. REFERENCES:

1. Multivariable Calculus. 4th Ed. New York. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (1992)

2. Calculus with Analytic Geometry. Ellis, Robert and Benny Gulick. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich (1990)

3. Calculus and Its Application. Farlow, Stanley J. McGraw-Hill Publishing (1990)

4. Differential & Integral Calculus. Love & Rainville

10. CLASS POLICIES:

1. There will be two (2) long exams in this course and one (1) final term examinations. Make – up exams will be given provided that the reason for not taking the exam is
excused and approved by the Dean of the College of Engineering and Technology (CET).
2. Regular attendance is expected. Attendance policy as stipulated in the student handbook will be followed.
3. Rules on making unnecessary noises and loitering on the lobby must be observed at all times.
4. Cleaning up of the classroom and turning of electrical devices after the class is strongly implemented.
5. Final grade of students will be posted either at the classroom or bulletin board. (Only the student number will be visible)
Republic of the Philippines
NORTHWEST SAMAR STATE UNIVERSITY
College of Engineering and Technology
Rueda Street, Calbayog City
Actualizing visions.
Harnessing potentials. (055) 209-3657; (055) 533- main@nwssu.edu.ph
Improving lives. 9857(055) 209-3657 www.nwssu.edu.ph

Prepared by:

CIVIL ENGINEERING AREA

CESAR M. DEL ROSARIO JR., M.Eng MARLON D. SOBREVIGA, M.Eng, ASEP ERNESTO G. GUADES, Ph.D.
Member Member Member

ERWIN L. MIANO, M.Eng MARIANNE LOU PALOMAR, M.Eng DINAH FE T. OLITAN, C.E.
Member Member Member

Noted:

MARIANNE LOU A. PALOMAR, M.Eng


CE Chairman

Recommended by:

ROMEO B. SANTOS, D.M.


Dean, CET
Republic of the Philippines
NORTHWEST SAMAR STATE UNIVERSITY
College of Engineering and Technology
Rueda Street, Calbayog City
Actualizing visions.
Harnessing potentials. (055) 209-3657; (055) 533- main@nwssu.edu.ph
Improving lives. 9857(055) 209-3657 www.nwssu.edu.ph

APPROVED:

MARIANO B. APILADO, Ed.D.


VP, Academic Affairs

Date Prepared:

Original: July 25, 2018 / 9:00 to 11:00 A.M.


First Revision: ________________
Second Revision: ______________