Quantitative and Logical Thinking
“Critical Analyzers of Quantitative and Logical Claims”


Students must complete a total of 6 credit hours in this area, of which at least 3 credits will be chosen from the statewide core course list below (or courses that include these an an immediate prerequisite). Additionally, at least 3 of the 6 total credits must be from a course having a course prefix of either MAC or MGF.

For a complete listing of all Quantitative and Logical Reasoning courses, visit the Find Course page.

Quantitative and Logical Reasoning Statewide Core Courses

All coursework in this area must address competencies outlined by Liberal Studies for the 21st Century. That coursework must be completed in the first two years of undergraduate study, initiating in the first semester. Students must earn a “C” (2.0) or higher to fulfill this requirement.

Learning Outcomes

Students will become: critical analyzers of quantitative and logical claims. Courses enable students to meet the following competency—(1) use math/logic models to address real-world problems.

By the end of the course, students will demonstrate the ability to:

  1. Select and apply appropriate methods (i.e., mathematical, statistical, logical, and/or computational models or principles) to solve real-world problems.
  2. Use a variety of forms to represent problems and their solutions.