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Quantitative Reasoning Submission Form

Critical Perspectives: Quantitative Reasoning

A course that pursues at least three of the assessable student learning outcomes [listed below] may receive Quantitative Reasoning designation:

Students will:

  1. Apply logical and symbolic analysis to different kinds of problems

  2. Model phenomena with mathematical or logical reasoning

  3. Represent quantitative information in different forms (e.g., equations, graphs, diagrams, tables, text)

  4. Describe numerical data presented in different forms (e.g., equations, graphs, diagrams, tables, words)

  5. Use quantitative techniques to estimate or compute a result

  6. Develop appropriate inferences and conclusions from numerical data

  7. Critically evaluate key assumptions and limitations of one's own work as well as others' inferences and conclusions

  8. Use communication (written, visual, oral) to express a quantitative argument, inference, or conclusion

Last updated: 12/17/2020