Students who successfully complete courses in the Quantitative Reasoning distribution area will be able to:
Gather, organize, and interpret data using multiple approaches
Develop and use mathematical models to describe and evaluate physical situations
Communicate problem-solving strategies and mathematically justify solutions
Select and utilize appropriate technology to analyze mathematical problems
Quantitative Reasoning Courses
The following college-level, transferable courses meet the Quantitative Reasoning distribution requirement for associate degrees and certificates. Students enrolled in a Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) program should consult the program outline in the catalog for the specific 300- and 400-level courses that meet the Quantitative Reasoning requirement for their program.