Each
of the courses listed below has quantitative methods and concepts as a
significant component of the course. Each **Q**
course has a certain level of mathematical facility as a prerequisite. This
facility must be demonstrated by a satisfactory grade on the Quantitative
Placement Examination or by completing the assistance program designed by the
Director of Quantitative Skills.

CHEM 101 |
Basic Prin of Chemistry |

CHEM 201 |
Organic Chemistry II |

CHEM 411 |
Physical Chemistry |

CMSC 141 |
Computer Science I |

CMSC 243 |
Intro to Functional Programming |

CMSC 301 |
Algorithms |

CMSC 323 |
Computer Graphics |

CMSC 373 |
Software Interface Desing |

MATH 110 |
Precalculus |

MATH 111 |
Calculus I |

MATH 112 |
Calculus II |

MATH 211 |
Ordinary Differential Equations |

MATH 235 |
Discrete Mathematics |

MATH 261 |
Proofs and Fundamentals |

MATH 331 |
Linear Algebra |

MATH 361 |
Real Analysis |

PHYS 101 |
Intro to Physics I |

PHYS 321 |
Modern Physics |

PHYS 323 |
Methods of Theoretical Physics |

NSCI 123 |
Energy, Entrophy & Information |

NSCI 135 |
Curious Cooks |

NSCI 140 |
Forensic Chemistry |

PSY 203 |
Intro to Statistics and Research Design |

SOC 205 |
Intro to Research Methods |