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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.
  • IB credit is available for Mathematics (Math 171, Math 172). This IB credit satisfies the Q graduation requirement.
  • Similarly, transfer and dual enrollment credits may apply.
  • Students who want or need Calculus (Math 135, 171 or 172) should take the course as soon as it is offered.
  • Math 210 Introductory Statistics and PSY 210 Statistical Analysis in Psychology are not open to Freshman students.
  • To challenge your mathematics placement, please contact Dr. Margaret Reese at mreese@vwc.edu
  • To challenge your D mathematics placement, please contact Ms. Kathy Ames at kames@vwc.edu.

Courses appropriate for first year students

Placement

Q course options

H

Please contact Dr. Margaret Reese at mreese@vwc.edu.

A

Math 171 Calculus I (Fall only)
Math 150 Topics in Modern Mathematics (Fall, Spring)
CS 110 Introduction to Programming with Visual BASIC (Spring)

B

Math 135  Calculus with Precalculus, Part I (Fall only)
Math 150 Topics in Modern Mathematics (Fall, Spring)
CS 110 Introduction to Programming with Visual BASIC (Spring)

C

Math 104 Algebra and Its Applications (Every semester, Winter Session)

D

Math 005 Algebraic Preliminaries (Spring) This course does not offer college level credit. To challenge this placement, please contact Ms. Kathy Ames at kames@vwc.edu.

Courses appropriate for second year and above

H, A or B

Math 189 Games and Decisions
Math 210 Introductory Statistics (Fall, Winter, Spring, not for Freshman students)
CS 110 Introduction to Programming with Visual BASIC (Spring)
SW 450 Research Methods in Social Work (junior & senior status, Social Work majors only)
POLS 265 Research Methods (Fall; Political Science majors only; not for Freshman students)
PSY 210 Statistical Analysis in Psychology (Fall; Psychology majors only; not for Freshman students)

C

Math 104  Algebra and Its Applications

 

 

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