Mission Statement: The quantitative intensive requirement will build upon students’ prior quantitative foundations by further developing analytic reasoning skills and deepening knowledge of quantitative methods that are specific to a particular discipline. As a result, students will not only become better-informed interpreters and evaluators of quantitative data, they will also learn how to apply newly acquired quantitative skills and methods in ways that address practical issues, solve real-world problems, or model phenomena according to disciplinary standards and conventions.
Students will select two upper-division courses that are designated as quantitatively intensive from the list below. This requirement can be completed with a minimum D- grade or credit. For students who initiate enrollment Fall 2008 or later, courses must be completed with a minimum C- grade or credit.