##### General Studies Information

### GENERAL STUDIES COURSES

IV. MATHEMATICS, STATISTICS & COMPUTER SCIENCE

(3 hours required; up to 6 hours count as General Studies credit. One course must be a
Math or Statistics course at the level of Math 102 or higher. MATH 090, MATH 101
and MATH 104 do not count as General Studies.)

In addition to those objectives required of all General Studies courses, students will:

- demonstrate the ability to manage and interpret numerical data using the appropriate
mathematical tools,
- demonstrate the ability to express formal, mathematical relationships using logical
analyses and differing forms of mathematical reasoning,
- demonstrate the ability to utilize mathematical techniques in order to define problems
and to search for strategies for testing solutions.

Mathematics/Statistics Courses

(3 hours required; up to 6 hours count as General Studies credit.)

Any courses offered by the Department of Mathematics & Statistics at the level of
Math 102 or above may count for General Studies credit.

(Math 090, 101 and 104 do not count as General Studies.)

Computer Science Courses

(0 hours required; up to 3 hours count as General Studies credit.)

The following computer science courses may count towards the Math requirement beyond the 3
hour minimum which must be taken within Math/Statistics:

- CSIS 111GS, Applied BASIC Programming - 3 hours

CSIS 130GS, Introduction to Computer Science - 3
hours

CSIS 210GS, Structured Transaction Programming - 3 hours