A foundation in quantitative reasoning is essential for understanding many of today’s real-world problems. By exploring the power and limitations of quantitative evidence, students will learn to evaluate, construct, apply, and communicate these skills in their professional and personal lives.
Students must complete 6-7 credit hours** (2 courses) in Quantitative Reasoning.
**Art program majors complete 3 credit hours in Quantitative Reasoning.
Quantitative Reasoning Student Learning Outcomes:
- Students will interpret quantitative information presented in mathematical and/or statistical forms (e.g., equations, graphs, diagrams, tables, and words).
- Students will present quantitative information in various mathematical and/or statistical forms (e.g., equations, graphs, diagrams, tables, and words).
- Students will evaluate quantitative evidence and assumptions in decision-making, estimation, modeling, and data analysis.
- Students will apply quantitative tools and technologies to make judgements and draw conclusions about problems in personal, professional, and public life.
- Students will communicate quantitative decisions and solutions effectively and in context.