Multivariable Calculus & Washington, DC

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Multivariable Calculus & Washington, DC

Postby vashts85 » Wed Apr 09, 2014 9:05 pm


I need to take Multivariable Calculus this summer. I live in Washington, DC and I work full-time so I'm trying to find a university that offers the course at a convenient time. I'm also taking a big trip in the middle of July, so my options are pretty limited.

I just applied for the MS Statistics at Georgetown, GW, and UMD.

UMD offers the course at a time that conflicts with my trip.
GW, Georgetown, and Catholic University all offer the course. Catholic's is in the evening and I live fairly close to it, so that option is the best in terms of logistics.

Does anyone know anything about Catholic's math department? I don't want to take the course at a community college as i tried doing that for Linear Algebra and had to withdraw. I don't want to have the same experience with Catholic.

If it helps, I think my top choice for the MS is GW, so I'm not sure if I should just try to take the course there.

EDIT: I should mention that while GW and CUA have comparable rates for summer school, Georgetown's is about $1000, and cost is something of a factor.

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