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GQR: Quantitative Reasoning B 2018-2019

3 credits

Structural Requirement

These Quantitative Reasoning B courses enable students to understand the use of mathematical or symbolic concepts and require students to develop skills in chains of reasoning from data to conclusions.

  • These courses are certified as meeting the Quantitative Reasoning B requirement effective Fall 2018 and thereafter, including 2018-2019.
  • Students using the 2018-19 catalog who wish to apply the Quantitative Reasoning requirement to courses not listed on this page must submit a "Request for Modification of Academic Requirement" form which can be found on the Office of the Registrar - Commonly Used Forms page.

Note: This is different than the 3 credits Quantitative Reasoning (FQ) Foundations Requirement.

Select one:

  • AGBU¬†110 Microcomputing for Ag (3)
  • ASTR¬†180 Princ Of Astron I (3)
  • CHEM¬†100 Chemistry and Society (3)
  • CS¬†100 Prin Of Computer Sci (3)
  • CS¬†101 Digital Tools for Info World (3)
  • CS¬†102/MATH¬†111 MS Office Tools for Math & Sci (3)
  • CS¬†130 Beg Graphics, Game Programg (3)
  • CS¬†135 Animation Programming (3)
  • CS¬†138 Intro to Computing with Robots (3)
  • CS¬†150 Intro To Computer Science I (3)
  • CS¬†282 Practical Comp for Sci & Engg (3)
  • ECON¬†131 Intro To Macroeconomics (3)
  • ECON¬†340 Money & Banking (3)
  • ED¬†243 Intro to Math for Elem Tch (3)
  • ENSC¬†100 Intro to Environmental Science (3)
  • FIN¬†220 Personal Finance (3)
  • GEOG¬†201 Interp Geog Data (3)
  • GEOL¬†170 Volcanoes and Earthquakes (3)
  • MARE¬†250 Statistical Apps in Marine Sci (3)
  • MATH¬†100 Survey Of Math (3)
  • MATH¬†121 Intro Stats & Prob (3)
  • MATH¬†125 Applied Calculus (3)
  • MATH¬†135 Precalc: Elementary Functions (3)
  • MATH¬†140 Precalc:Trig/Analytic Geometry (3)
  • MATH¬†140X Precalculus (4)
  • MATH¬†241 Calculus I (4) (Formerly offered as MATH 205 prior to Fall 2018)
  • MATH¬†242 Calculus II (4) (Formerly offered as MATH 206 prior to Fall 2018)
  • MATH¬†243 Calculus III (3) (Formerly offered as MATH 231 prior to Fall 2018)
  • PHIL¬†345 Symbolic Logic (3)
  • POLS¬†280 Methods of Research (3)
  • PSY¬†213 Statistical Techniques (4)
  • QBA¬†260 Business Statistics (3)
  • SOC¬†280-280L Statistical Reasoning (3), Lab in Statistical Reasoning (1)