Analytical and Quantitative Thought

0 credit hours required; a maximum of 6 credit hours count as General Studies credit.

The courses in this category are designed to develop and demonstrate the following abilities:

  1. Articulate the relevance of the Analytical & Quantitative Thought course to their general education.
  2. Express formal relationships using various forms of analytical reasoning.
  3. Define problems using techniques appropriate to the discipline.
  4. Solve problems using techniques appropriate to the discipline.
  5. Draw appropriate inferences from data in various forms.
  6. Evaluate analytical results for reasonableness.
CSIT 100Computing Environments1
CYBR 108Computers in Society3
CYBR 101Computer Science I: Python for Analytics4
CYBR 102Computer Science I: C for Security3
CYBR 103Computer Science I: Java for Software Development4
CYBR 140The Internet Explained3
MATH 330Math for Elementary Teachers II3
MGT 232Introduction to Scholarly & Creative Activity3
MGT 233Business Statistics3
CYBR 182Software Productivity Tools3
CYBR 306Introduction to Predictive Modeling3
MUS 200Music Theory I3
PSY 250Behavioral Statistics3