# Quantitative Reasoning Foundation

To fulfill the Quantitative Reasoning Foundation, students will take one three or four-credit course chosen from core-designated courses that meet one of the course options listed below.

### Why Quantitative Reasoning?

Quantitative reasoning (QR) skills are essential in the modern world. Every professional career demands some ability to understand presentations of quantitative data, analyze them and draw reasonable conclusions, and utilize such data in making arguments. A comprehensive liberal arts education must improve students’ appreciation of the value of quantitative approaches to understanding and modes of thought. This requirement offers students the flexibility of acquiring QR in a variety of ways most suitable to their academic objectives.

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**MTH 131 (Calculus and Analytic Geometry I) [Effective Fall 2012]**Quantitative Reasoning Core Requirement

Mathematics Accountancy

Applied Physics

Biochemistry

Biology

Business Economics

Chemistry

Computer Science

Economics

Engineering (3+2) Program

Finance

Management

Marketing

Mathematics

Quantitative Economics

Secondary Education Chemistry

Secondary Education Mathematics

Secondary Education Physics

**MTH 109 (Calculus I) [Effective Fall 2012]**Quantitative Reasoning Core Requirement

Mathematics Accountancy

Biology

Business Economics

Computer Science

Economics

Finance

Management

Marketing

Quantitative Economics

Secondary Education Biology

**MTH 108 (Mathematics for Business Analysis II) [Effective Fall 2012]**Quantitative Reasoning Core Requirement

Mathematics Accountancy

Business Economics

Economics

Finance

Management

Marketing

Quantitative Economics

**PSC 102 (Empirical Political Analysis) [Effective Fall 2012]**Quantitative Reasoning Core Requirement

Political Science Political Science

**SWK 368 (Social Work Research) [Effective Fall 2014]**Quantitative Reasoning Core Requirement

Social Work Social Work

**SOC 209 (Social Research Methods) [Effective Fall 2012]**Quantitative Reasoning Core Requirement

Sociology Sociology

**CSC 120 (Applied Data Analytics) [Effective Spring 2018]**Quantitative Reasoning Core Requirement

Computer Science

**MTH 217 (Introduction to Statistics) [Effective Summer 2014]**Quantitative Reasoning Core Requirement

Mathematics Accountancy

Biology

Business Economics

Economics

Finance

Management

Marketing

Quantitative Economics

**MTH 132 (Calculus and Analytic Geometry II) [Effective Fall 2012]**Quantitative Reasoning Core Requirement

Mathematics Accountancy

Biochemistry

Biology

Business Economics

Chemistry

Computer Science

Economics

Finance

Management

Marketing

Mathematics

Quantitative Economics

Secondary Education Chemistry

Secondary Education Mathematics

**MTH 117 (Discrete Mathematics) [Effective Fall 2014]**Quantitative Reasoning Core Requirement

Mathematics Accountancy

Biology

Business Economics

Computer Science

Economics

Finance

Management

Marketing

Quantitative Economics

**MTH 110 (Calculus II) [Effective Fall 2013]**Quantitative Reasoning Core Requirement

Mathematics Accountancy

Biology

Business Economics

Computer Science

Economics

Finance

Management

Marketing

Quantitative Economics

**MTH 107 (Mathematics for Business Analysis I) [Effective Fall 2012]**Quantitative Reasoning Core Requirement

Mathematics

**SOC 336 (Social Statistics) [Effective Fall 2012]**Quantitative Reasoning Core Requirement

Sociology Sociology

**PSY 202 (Research Design and Statistical Analysis II) [Effective Fall 2012]**Quantitative Reasoning Core Requirement

Psychology Psychology

**CSC 340 (Numerical Methods) [Effective Spring 2018]**Quantitative Reasoning Core Requirement

Computer Science