Additional Calculus for Engineers (ACE) is designed to provide the skills and solid foundation in mathematics to students interested in pursuing an engineering major.
We accept applications from all students who believe they may benefit from participating in small active-learning sessions led by a highly trained graduate student.
CME STUDENTS, enroll first in regular CME 100 or CME 102 sections. Apply to the ACE program as soon as possible to reserve a permission number. Spots are limited. Once you receive a permission number, you can enroll in CME 100A or CME 102A . You must be enrolled in the regular section to be eligible to transfer to the ACE section.
Generally, students in ACE are required to attend three one-hour lectures and two one-hour sections a week. (CME students taking five-unit courses are required to attend at least four hours of lecture a week.) ACE students will attend the usual three one-hour lectures but will attend two two-hour sections and an additional one-hour session for problem solving.
ACE is offered in conjunction with Math 19 and 50 Series, in addition to the Computational Mathematics in Engineering CME 100 series and Computer Science 106 A/B and CS 107.
NOTE: Not all courses are offered every quarter.
|Math 19 ACE (through ENGR199)||Autumn, Winter|
|Math 20 ACE (through ENGR199)||Autumn, Winter, Spring|
|Math 21 ACE||Autumn, Winter, Spring|
|Math 51 ACE||Autumn, Winter, Spring|
|Math 52 ACE (through ENGR199)||Autumn, Winter, Spring|
|Math 53 ACE (through ENGR199)||Autumn, Winter, Spring|
|CME 100 ACE||Autumn, Spring|
|CME 102 ACE||Autumn, Winter, Spring|
|CME 103 ACE||TBD|
|CME 104 ACE||Spring|
Whether you’re a returning applicant or a new applicant to the ACE program, please submit an application.
The application for Spring quarter ACE sections will be available week 7 of the Winter quarter.
Inquiries regarding logistics may be directed to Office and Diversity Programs Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by Huang 135.