Quantitative Reasoning I

Quantitative Reasoning I Learning Outcomes

During the Spring 2019 General Education Assemblies for Learning Outcomes, faculty groups began to develop learning outcomes for the Quantitative Reasoning I Requirement. Then, smaller Working Groups from these Assemblies along with students and advisors worked together to digest the information from the larger group and to create draft learning outcomes for Quantitative Reasoning I (see below).

We invite feedback from the campus community on these outcomes.

After taking a course in Quantitative Reasoning I, students will be able to:

  1. Identify abstract and relevant information to formulate an understanding of and clearly define and state the problem. (C-SLOs 1 & 2)
  2. Construct or select and execute a logically appropriate process for solving the problem. (C-SLOs 1 & 2)
  3. Formulate a conclusion and assess/justify its validity. (C-SLOs 1 & 2)
  4. Interpret and communicate results broadly. (C-SLO 3)
  5. Recognize patterns, transfer knowledge or integrate abstract/critical thinking with other problems or disciplines. (C-SLO 2)