Will this course prepare me for an undergrad engineering degree?
It will cover the following in about 7 months. You'll have to click the link and look at the ''what will you study tab'' to see each in more detail.
Is there anything else I'd have to learn?
Just ask your university of choice if this will transfer for your basic math requirement. If not, but they'll let you test out, than it'll probably still work, if you learn the material
You could just masturbate for 7 months and you would be reddit for undergrad engineering.
You could just finger your asshole for 7 months and you would be ready for undergrad in physics, pure math, biology, whatever.
This is fucking undergrad. Be worried about 'being prepared' when you are going for a job or to grad school. Undergrad is a daycare for adults.
This specifically that will be covered in the calc portion.
>Calculus: this is one of the most important and widely applicable topics in mathematics. It is concerned with quantities that change continuously, such as the distance travelled by, and the speed of, a moving object. You’ll be introduced to differentiation and integration, and learn how to use calculus to model a range of different situations and to solve problems from areas such as physics and economics.
Oh come on faggot, if you spent time typing that, you could have just as easily given me the answer to my question.