March 11, 2016 at 3:01 pm

Summer 2016 | Tier I Quantitative Skills (1M)—Online & On Campus

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The College of Arts & Sciences offers many summer courses that fill Ohio University Tier I Quantitative Skills (1M) general education requirements. Many of the courses are online.


MATH 1090 Consumer Math ONLINE

Tier I Quantitative Skills (1M)

Class #4741 | Full Summer Session

Description: This course covers applications of elementary mathematics to day-to-day problems, with special emphasis on consumer topics such as compound interest, mortgages, and installment buying. A scientific calculator is required. No credit for this course if taken after MATH 1250 or higher-level MATH course.

MATH 1200 College Algebra

Tier I Quantitative Skills (1M)

Class #2385, 2393, 2391 | First Summer Session

Description: Equations, functions and graphs, including linear equations and systems, polynomials, rational and radical expressions, quadratic equations, exponential and logarithmic functions, and inequalities are covered. Students who will not need MATH 1200 for their intended majors or as a prerequisite for other classes should consider MATH 1090, MATH 1250, MATH 1260, or another Tier I quantitative skills course instead. No credit for both this course and MATH 1321 (first course taken deducted).

MATH 1300 Pre-Calculus

Tier I Quantitative Skills (1M)

Class #2383, 2392 | First & Second Summer Sessions

Description: This course provides a rigorous treatment of graphs, inverses, and algebraic operations of polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions, trigonometry and analytic geometry. The course also includes introductions to linear systems, polar coordinates, vectors, conic sections, sequences and series. Recommended only for students intending to enroll in MATH 2301 Calculus I. Students also should register for MATH D300 PLTL for PreCalculus to make the course automatically transferable within Ohio. No credit for both this course and MATH 1322 (first course taken deducted).


PHIL 12oo Principles of Reasoning

Tier I Quantitative Skills

Class #2472 | First Summer Session

Class #2474 | Second Summer Session

Description: This course covers basic concepts of logic and techniques for judging validity of arguments introduced. A system for symbolizing arguments and deriving conclusions from premises is employed. Some of the following topics also are covered: informal fallacies in reasoning, syllogistic or Aristotelian logic; Venn diagrams, and truth tables.

MATH 2500 Introduction to Statistics

Tier I Quantitative Skills (1M)

Class #2382 | Full Summer Session

Description: This introductory course in applied statistics covers organization of data, central tendency and dispersion, descriptive bivariate data, correlation, designed experiments, probability, random variables, binomial and normal distributions, distributions, inferences from large samples, estimation, confidence intervals and hypothesis testing. Students cannot earn credit for MATH 2500 and any of the following: COMS 3520, ECON 3810, GEOG 2710, ISE 3040, ISE 3200, PSY 1110, PSY 2110, QBA 2010.


PSY 1110 Elementary Statistical Reasoning ONLINE

Tier I Quantitative Skills (1M)

Class #2815, 4674, 2816 | First & Summer Sessions

Description: This introduction to research methodology and descriptive and inferential statistics emphasizes the development of practical reasoning skills necessary for the comprehension and critical evaluation of statistical information typically encountered in everyday life. No credit if already credit for PSY 2110 or QBA 2010 or Math 2500; no credit toward psychology major.

PSY 2110 Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences

Tier I Quantitative Skills (1M)

Class #2817, 2819, 2818 | First & Second Summer Sessions

Description: This is an introduction to descriptive and inferential statistics with emphasis on inferential statistics. No credit for both 2110 and any of the following: MATH 2500, QBA 2010, COMS 3520.

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