Quantitative Literacy Across the Curriculum (QAC)
Students must complete one Quantitative Literacy Across the Curriculum course. Within the framework of a scholarly discipline Quantitative Literacy courses will develop a student's ability to.:
- State and evaluate important assumptions in the quantitative reasoning process (estimation, modeling, and data analysis).
- Convert relative information into various mathematical forms (e.g. equations, graphs, diagrams, tables, words).
- Make judgements and draw appropriate conclusions based on the quantitative analysis of data, while recognizing the limits of this analysis.
- Express quantitative evidence to support the argument or purpose of the work (in terms of what evidence is used an how it is formatted, presented and contextualized.)
- Make judgments regarding the appropriateness of a numerical answer.
- Explain information presented in mathematical form (e.g. equations, graphs, diagrams, tables, words).
|CH-250||Instrumental Technology for Forensic Analysis||4|
|ED-308||ECE - Mathematics||3|
|EN-214||Introduction to Digital Humanities||3|
|EN-281||Writing for Digital Environments||3|
|GS-348||Fundamentals of Earth Data Analytics||4|
|HC-203||Introduction to Epidemiology||3|
|NU-430||Research Seminar in Nursing (track I and Track III)||3|
|NU-431||Research Seminar in Nursing (Track II)||3|
|NU-525||Research for Evidence Based Practice||3|
|PO-250||Doing Political Science: an Introduction To Research Methodology||3|
|PY-112||Physics in Art||4|
|PY-114||Physics of Waves||3|
|PY-221||General Physics I||4|
|PY-241||Physics I (Mechanics)||4|
|SO-275||Social and Behavioral Statistics||3|
|VP-200||Critical Thinking in the Arts||3|