LOPER 4: Mathematics, Statistics, and Quantitative Reasoning

FOUNDATIONAL REQUIREMENTS – Skills that every university-educated person needs:

Mathematics, Statistics, and Quantitative Reasoning (minimum 3 hours). Courses must meet all learning outcomes.

Assessed as:

  •     Can describe problems using mathematical, statistical, or programming language
  •     Can solve problems using mathematical, statistical, or programming techniques
  •     Can construct logical arguments using mathematical, statistical, or programming concepts
  •     Can interpret and express numerical data or graphical information using mathematical, statistical, or programming concepts and methods
CYBR 101Computer Science I: Python for Analytics4
CYBR 102Computer Science I: C for Security3
CYBR 103Computer Science I: Java for Software Development4
CYBR 306Introduction to Predictive Modeling3
MATH 102College Algebra3
MATH 103Plane Trigonometry3
MATH 106Mathematics for Liberal Arts3
MATH 115Calculus I with Analytic Geometry5
MATH 120Finite Mathematics3
MATH 123Applied Calculus I3
MATH 230Math for Elementary Teachers I3
MGT 233Business Statistics3
PSY 250Behavioral Statistics3
STAT 235Introduction to Statistics for Social Sciences3
STAT 241Elementary Statistics3