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Quantitative Perspectives Advising Guide

Graduation requirement:  One Quantitative Perspectives (Q) course.

  • AP credit is available for Calculus AB, Calculus BC, and Statistics.  This AP credit satisfies the Q graduation requirement. Similarly, transfer and dual enrollment credits may apply.
  • Freshmen who want or need Calculus (Math 135, 171 or 172) should take the course this FALL.  Math 135 and Math 171 are offered only in the Fall.
  • Math 210 Introductory Statistics and PSY 210 Statistical Analysis in Psychology are not open to freshmen. 
  • Multiple sections of Math 210 are offered every semester.  One section of Math 210 is offered in selected Winter Sessions.
  • To challenge your placement, please meet with Mathematics faculty.

Placement Code

Q Course Options

H

Please meet with Mathematics faculty for a Calculus placement.

A

Math 150 Topics in Modern Mathematics (Spring)
Math 171 Calculus I (Fall)

  • Plus courses listed under H,A or B

B

Math 150 Topics in Modern Mathematics (Spring)
Math 135 Calculus with Review, Part I (Fall)

Plus courses listed under H, A or B

H, A, or B

Math 189 Games and Decisions (most Falls)
Math 210 Introductory Statistics (not for freshmen)
CS 110 Introductory Programming (Spring)
CS 112 Computer Programming I (Fall)
SW 450 Research Methods in Social Work (Junior & senior Social Work majors only)
POLS 265 Research Methods (Fall; Political Science majors only; not for freshmen)

PSY 210 Statistical Analysis in Psychology (Fall; Psychology majors only; not for freshmen)

C

Math 104 Algebra and Its Applications.

D

You must discuss course planning with Mathematics faculty.

For further information, please contact Dr. Margaret Reese at 757.233.8752 or Mrs. Genai Hill at 757.455.2127.

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