Students demonstrate logical reasoning, rational investigation skills, and the ability to solve problems in authentic contexts in mathematics and in one of the natural, computing, or behavioral sciences, as appropriate to the program of study.

Scientific Reasoning Courses

COURSE ID TITLE CREDITS
AST 120 Introduction to Astronomy 3
AST 121 Astrobiology 3
BIO 120 Concepts of Biology 3
BIO 121 General Biology I 3
BIO 140 Microbiology and Immunology 3
CHE 121  General Chemistry - Inorganic 3
CHE 131 Chemistry for Technology I 3
CHE 151 Principles of Chemistry I 3
GLG 115 Environmental Geology 3
GLG 120 Earth Science 3
GLG 121 Introduction to Astronomy 3
GLG 125 The Science of Climate Change 3
GLG 151 Physical Geology 3
PHY 115 Technical Physics 3
PHY 121 General Physics I 3
PHY 151 Principles of Physics I 3

Quantitative Reasoning Courses

COURSE ID TITLE CREDITS
ACC 110 Business Mathematics 3
MAT 103   Foundations of Math  
MAT 106   Mathematics Applications  
MAT 131   Introduction to Statistics I  
MAT 140   Finite Mathematics for Business  
MAT 188
MAT 189 
 Calculus with a Review of Functions I & II  
MAT 190   Calculus and Analytical Geometry I