The math course begins with a brief review of univariate calculus (sequences, limits, differentiation, chain rule, Taylor series) and an introduction to linear algebra (linear independence, systems of equations, operations on matrices, determinants, eigenvectors).
functions of many variables, partial differentiation, the implicit function theorem, and the inverse function theorem. This allows a study of optimization theory; unconstrained and constrained optimization is considered. Economic problems are analyzed.
The English Language Institute at Yale offers several courses in English as a Second Language. Students attending summer courses at the Institute are tested and placed in the appropriate level course.
Application to the Summer Program is a separate procedure and involves a separate tuition payment. Summer school information is sent to all accepted IDE students by the Graduate School. Applicants are also encouraged to contact the summer school office directly:
Yale Summer Session
P.O. Box 208355
New Haven, CT 06520-8355
Tel: (203) 432-2430
Fax: (203) 432-2434