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Critical Academic Abilities

Abstract or Quantitative Reasoning

All students are required to complete one course carrying the A/QR designation. Some A/QR courses also satisfy General Education requirements. (This list also satisfies the SMQR requirement for LASAR.)

Anthropology

238  Research Design & Method.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

Biology

230  Introductory Biometrics.  2 lec., 1 rec., 3 lab. hr.; 4 cr.

Computer Science

012  (formerly 010)  Understanding & Using Personal Computers.  2 lec., 2 lab. hr.; 3 cr.

17  018  Computers with Business Applications.  2 lec., 2 lab. hr.; 3 cr.

080  Problem Solving with Computers.  2 lec., 2 lab. hr.; 3 cr.

081. Intro. to Web Programming.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

082. Multimedia Fundamentals & Applications.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

084. Models of Computation.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

085. Database Application Programming.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

086  Science, Computing Tools & Instrumentation.  4 hr.; 3 cr.

088  Adv. Productivity Tools for Business.  4 hr.; 3 cr.

095  Intro. to Programming.  2 lec., 2 lab. hr.; 3 cr.

101  Intro. to Computer Science.  2 lec., 2 rec. hr.; 4 cr.

103  Data Structures.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

111. Intro. to Algorithmic Problem-Solving.  2 lec., 2 lab. hr.; 3 cr.

141  (formerly 201)  Computer Organization & Assembly Language.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

201  Computers & Programming.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

203  (formerly 103)  Data Structures & Algorithm Analysis.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

211. Object-Oriented Programming in C++.  2 lec., 2 lab hr.; 3 cr.

212. Object-Oriented Programming in Java.  2 lec., 2 lab hr.; 3 cr.

220  (formerly 221)  Discrete Structures.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

221  Intro. to Discrete Structures.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

240  (formerly 141, previously 201)  Computer Organization &Assembly Language.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

241  (formerly 303)  Operating Systems Principles.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

261  Numerical Methods.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

301  Principles of Programming.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

302  Surv. of Programming.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

303  Operating Systems.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

304  Operating-System Internals.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

307  Compilers.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

313  (formerly 203, previously 103)  Data Structures.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

315  Artificial Intelligence.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

317  (formerly 307)  Compilers.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

318  Computer Graphics.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

322  Computability.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

323  Analysis of Algorithms.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

324  Intro. to Formal Languages & Automata.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

340  (formerly 241, previously 303)  Operating Systems Principles.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

341  Computer Organization.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

342  (formerly 304)  Operating-System Programming.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

343  Computer Architecture.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

345  Computer Hardware Lab.  1 lec., 4 lab. hr.; 3 cr.

348  Data Communications.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

363  (formerly 315)  Artificial Intelligence.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

368  (formerly 318)  Computer Graphics.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

Economics

249  Statistics as Applied to Economics.  3 lec., 1 lab. hr.; 3 cr.

Family, Nutrition & Exercise Sciences

Physical Education 165  Intro. to Statistical Methods in Physical Education.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

Linguistics & Communication Disorders

283  Quantitative Meth. in Communication Sciences & Disorders.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

Mathematics

012  Ideas in Mathematics.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

014  Elementary Statistics.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

019  Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

021  Calculus with Applications to Social Sciences I.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

022  Calculus with Applications to Social Sciences II.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

076  Mathematics of Finance.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

100  Calculus & Analytic Geometry.  5 hr. + lab. instr.; 3 cr.

101  Calculus & Analytic Geometry.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

102  Calculus.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

103  Calculus.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

111  Calculus & Analytic Geometry.  4 hr.; 4 cr.

112  Calculus.  4 hr.; 4 cr.

113  (formerly 012)  Ideas in Mathematics.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

114  (formerly 014)  Elementary Probability & Statistics.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

116   (formerly 076)  Mathematics of Finance.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

117, 118  Honors Calculus I, II.  4 hr.; 4 cr. each sem.

119  (formerly 019)  Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

130  Linear Algebra with Applications I.  4 hr.; 4 cr.

131  (formerly 021)  Calculus with Applications to Social Sciences I.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

132  (formerly 022)  Calculus with Applications to Social Sciences II.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

135  Linear Algebra & Geometry I.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

137  Honors Linear Algebra.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

141  (formerly 101)  Calculus/Differentiation.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

142  (formerly 102)  Calculus/Integration.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

143  (formerly 103)  Calculus/Infinite Series.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

151  (formerly 111)  Calculus/Differentiation & Integration.  4 hr.; 4 cr.

152  (formerly 112)  Calculus/Integration & Infinite Series.  4 hr.; 4 cr.

157, 158  (formerly 117, 118)  Honors Calculus I, II.  4 hr.; 4 cr. each sem.

201  Calculus.  4 hr.; 4 cr.

202  Advanced Calculus.  4 hr.; 4 cr.

207, 208  Honors Calculus III, IV.  4 hr. lec., 1 hr. conf. + ind. work; 5 cr. each sem.

217  Engineering Mathematics.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

220  Discrete Mathematics.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

223  Differential Equations with Numerical Meth. I.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

224  Differential Equations with Numerical Meth. II.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

230  Linear Algebra with Applications II.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

231  (formerly 130)  Linear Algebra  I.  4 hr.; 4 cr.

232  (formerly 230)  Linear Algebra II.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

237  (formerly 137)  Honors Linear Algebra.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

241  Intro. to Probability & Mathematical Statistics.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

242  Methods of Mathematical Statistics.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

245  Mathematical Models.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

247  Linear Programming & Game Theory.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

248  Nonlinear Programming.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

249  Extensions of Linear Programming.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

310  Elementary Real Analysis.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

317  Foundations of Analysis.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

320  Intro. to Point Set Topology.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

328  Intro. to Partial Differential Equations.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

333  Intro. to Algebraic Structures.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

337, 338  Honors Abstract Algebra I, II.  3 hr.; 3 cr. each sem.

345, 346  Theoretical Mechanics.  3 hr.; 3 cr. each sem.

Philosophy

109  Mod. Logic.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

Psychology

107  Statistical Methods.  4 lec./demon./lab. hr.; 3 cr.

Sociology

205  Social Statistics I.  4 hr.; 3 cr.

333  Social Science Research Using Com­puters.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

Urban Studies

200  Urban Research Methods.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

201  Computer Methods for Urban Policy Analysis.  3 hr.; 3 cr.

BASS 1211  Statistics & Social Indicators.  4 hr.; 4 cr.*

BASS 1212  Computers & Society.  4 hr.; 4 cr.*

+  Also fulfills the Pre-Industrial and/or Non-Western Civilization requirement.

17CSCI 018 satisfies the Scientific Methodology & Quantitative Reasoning requirement only if taken in the Fall 2001 semester or later.



     



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