It depends on the school. At some schools beginning Calculus is divided into 3 quarters. However, the general sequence is a full year of beginning calc followed by multivariate calc followed by differential equations. Linear algebra and probability and statistics courses are also required for CS, engineering and math degrees.
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Is Calculus 1 = Differential Calculus, Calculus 2 = Integral Calculus
Calculus I includes both integration and differentiation. In my experience (currently taking Calculus II at a community college), Calc II goes over some additional integration applications and techniques, plus series and sequences.
I have now attained a satisfactory understanding of the differences, especially thanks to ThisCouldBeHeavn's post. Thank you very much to all who replied to my question!
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Calculus I includes both integration and differentiation. In my experience (currently taking Calculus II at a community college), Calc II goes over some additional integration applications and techniques, plus series and sequences.
Integration and Infinite Series
Just one example. It really varies though. Calculus II isn't exactly a real thing. After that the courses tend to actually name what they teach.