The AP Calculus AB series is the equivalent of a college-level Calculus 1 course and covers limits, differentiation, and integration. Concepts that students have learned from algebra and geometry that may have been confusing will be made clear in this course. This is the second course in a two-part series (APCALC 061 and APCALC 063); students who successfully complete both parts of this series will be ready for the AP Calculus AB exam and will be prepared to explore opportunities in engineering, physics, economics, and many other careers. This course is taught by an AP-certified instructor and is equivalent to the second half of a college-level Calculus 1 course.

Course Details

Your AP instructor will send you a join code that allows you to join your course section on the AP website. This account provides access to AP Classroom and the exam. The AP exam fee is not included in the course tuition. You will need a graphing calculator for this course; we recommend the TI-84 Plus. Review the College Board’s list of approved calculators. You will also need access to a computer with high-speed internet access, a microphone, and speakers or headphones.
AP Calculus AB, Part 1 (APCALC 061) or equivalent
Course Outline
Unit 1 – Integration Part 1
Unit 2 – Integration Part 2
Unit 3 – Applications of Integration
Unit 4 – Differential Equations and Linearization
Unit 5 – Supplemental Topics
Unit 6 – AP Test Preparation