Wolfram U


Whether you want to start with elementary algebra, prepare for the Calculus AP exam or explore advanced topics like solving second-order differential equations or fractional calculus, you will find courses addressing a broad range of mathematical concepts in this catalog.

Beginner-level courses introduce fundamental concepts and their applications. Higher-level courses cover advanced algorithms and techniques, along with real-world examples applicable to natural science, engineering, economics and other fields. Certification opportunities are available for proficiency in mathematics subject areas as well as for completion of specific courses.

Upcoming Events

  • Sep 11–29 | Online

    Daily Study Group: Introduction to Multivariable Calculus

    This Daily Study Group follows lessons from the upcoming Wolfram U comprehensive introduction to multivariable calculus course. The course extends concepts from single-variable calculus to multiple dimensions.

  • Oct 2–6 | Online

    Daily Study Group: Field Theory of Games

    Learn a computational approach to economics and business using the field theory of games, a dynamic model extension of game theory. Discussions will include applied examples from economics to give students insight into the ways a systems engineering approach can be used to understand how decisions are made.

  • Oct 5 | Online

    Quick Start to Wolfram Tech

    This instructor-led session introduces core technologies for getting started quickly with the Wolfram Technology stack. See additional course details, including more upcoming dates, on the course catalog page.