Following is a list of approved Quantitative Reasoning electives. Quantitative Reasoning is the ability to perform accurate calculations, interpret quantitative information, apply and analyze relevant numerical data, and use results to support conclusions. Degree graduates will calculate, interpret, and use numerical and quantitative information in a variety of settings.

Prior to enrolling in the courses on this list, students should check the course descriptions to ensure that they meet any pre-or co-requisites.

To avoid transfer problems, students should carefully select courses to fulfill elective requirements with the assistance of their advisors and upon an investigation of the transfer requirements of the institution to which transfer is contemplated.

Identify and Evaluate: determine whether the source of the information is authentic, valid, and reliable.

Interpret: explain numerical information presented in mathematical forms (e.g., equations, graphs, diagrams, tables, words).

Represent: convert relevant information into various mathematical forms (e.g., equations, graphs, diagrams, tables, words).

Calculate: accurately solve mathematical problems.

Apply and Analyze: make judgments and draw relevant conclusions from quantitative analysis of data and predict future trends when appropriate.

Communicate: use quantitative evidence to support a position or clarify a purpose orally or in writing using appropriate language, symbolism, data, and graphs.

Quantitative Reasoning Electives

ECO 120

ECO 201

ECO 202

ITE 115

MTH 130

MTH 131

MTH 154

MTH 155

MTH 161

MTH 167

MTH 245