The material in our Calculus I (Math 131), Calculus II (Math 132) and Calculus III (Math 233) courses is the more-or-less standard material that you would expect in the corresponding course at another college or university operating on a semester system. Therefore, coordinating calculus courses taken elsewhere with those taken here is usually not much of a problem.
However, there will be variations from school to school on such things as how technology or computer software is used, or the order in which topics are presented in certain textbooks.
If you want to take a mathematics course at another college or university, please pick up a "Permission to Transfer a Course" form at your undergraduate school's office (Arts & Sciences, Business, ...). For calculus courses, take the form and a description of the course you would like to transfer to Professor Blake Thornton (Cupples I, 204A, 314-935-6301) for a signature and then return it to your undergraduate school's office.
For math courses following after calculus, see Professor Ron Freiwald (Cupples I, 203A, 314-935-6737) for the signature.
Math 131-132-233 are offered in our Summer School at Washington University. In addition, we usually offer Math 217 (Differential Equations), Math 320 (Elementary Probability and Statistics), and Math 309 (Matrix Algebra) during the summer sessions. Information about WU's Summer School math courses can be obtained from Ms. Lisa Kuehne or from the Summer School Office located in January Hall, room 100.
Note: The University College (evening) calculus courses Calculus I-II-III-IV ( U20-Math 155,156,255,256 ) cover the same material as the day school courses. However in University College, this material is spread out over FOUR semesters rather than the THREE semesters used in the day (L24-131,132, 233).
Therefore the content of University College calculus courses does NOT match up with content in the day courses: for example, U20-155 (Calculus I) is not the same as L24-131 (Calculus I).
This is true both in the summer and during the regular academic year.