Quantitative Studies Pathway

 The Quantitative Studies Pathway exposes students to scientific and logical modes of analysis in a wide
 variety of fields, including mathematics, the sciences, philosophy, and music.

Your Pathway must contain 4 courses drawn from at least 3 of the disciplinary areas listed below. Honors, special-topics, and study-abroad courses may be used in Pathways if they have been approved for this purpose
 
Fine Arts (maximum 2 courses)
MUS 106 Jazz & Sound
MUS 120 Theory of Music I
MUS 220 Theory of Music II *prereq MUS 120 or instructor permission
 
Mathematics (maximum 2 courses)
MATH 130 Introduction to Statistics
MATH 205 Discrete Mathematics I *4 credits; prereq 3 years of high school mathematics
MATH 210 Linear Algebra *coreq MATH 241 or instructor permission
MATH 241 Calculus I *4 credits; prereq 3 yrs. of high school mathematics incl. trig. or MATH 120
MATH 242 Calculus II *4 credits; prereq 241
 
Natural Science (maximum 2 courses)
CHEM 101 Introduction to Chemistry
CHEM 132 General Chemistry II *Lab course; prereq CHEM 131
ENSC 305 Environmental Economics *cross-listed ECON 305; prereq ECON 103
PHYS 108 Introduction to Cosmology
PHYS 201 College Physics I
PHYS 202 College Physics II *prereq College Physics I, PHYS 211 General Physics I, or instr. perm.
PHYS 211 General Physics I *pre- or co-req MATH 241
PHYS 212 General Physics II *pre- or co-req MATH 241
PHYS 221 Modern Physics *prereq MATH 241
 
Philosophy (maximum 2 courses)
PHIL 203 Introduction to Logic
PHIL 235 Philosophy and Technology
PHIL 310 Symbolic Logic
 
Social Science (maximum 2 courses)
ECON 104 Principles of Macroeconomics *prereq ECON 103
ECON 150 Economics of Social Issues
ECON 305 Environmental Economics *prereq ECON 103; cross-listed ENSC 305
POSC 121 Polling & the Survey Instrument *1-credit course
POSC 122 Survey Design & Data Collection *1-credit course
POSC 124 Polling & the Media *1-credit course
POSC 235 Scopes & Methods of Political Analysis *prereq soph. standing, POSC 110 & POSC 111
POSC 289 Public Opinion & Politics *prereq POSC 110
POSC 325 Political Economy: The Rise of the Asia-Pacific *prereq POSC 111 or POSC 113, or instructor permission
POSC 342 Survey Research & Political Data Analysis *prereq 1 200-level course from any subfield or instr. permission
PSYC 350 Psych. Research Method. & Lab *prereqs PSYC 101 MATH 130 & CSIS 103 or EDUC 150
SOCW 383 Social Work Methods I *prereq SOCW 330;majors only
 
Non-Breadth Options (maximum 1 course)
COM 200 Communication Research *prereqs COM 102, CMPT 103
CMPT 120 Introduction to Programming
CRJU 374 Criminal Justice Research Methods *prereq MATH 130, CRJU 105
FASH 365 Merchandise Planning & Control *prereq FASH 265

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