## Q Courses: the Quantitative Requirement

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, Jacalyn Grieb.

- BIO 101 A Subcellular Biology
- BIO 101 B Subcellular Biology
- CHEM 101 A Basic Principles of Chemistry
- CHEM 101 B Basic Principles of Chemistry
- CHEM 201 Organic Chemistry
- CMSC 191 A Introduction to Computer Science
- CMSC 191 B Introduction to Computer
- ECON 101 Introductory Macroeconomics
- ECON 105 Intro to Economics: Analysis & Applications
- MATH 102 The Mathematics of Chance
- MATH 107 Topics in Geometrical Mathematics
- MATH 110 Precalculus Mathematics
- MATH 111 Calculus of One Variable
- MATH 114 Multivariable Calculus
- MATH 211 Introduction to Differential Equations
- MATH 231 Proofs and Fundamentals
- PHYS 101 Introduction to Physics I
- NSCI 181 A Light and Color
- NSCI 181 B Light and Color
- NSCI 205 Introduction to Environmental Science
- NSCI 235 Energy and Entropy
- PSY 203 Introduction to Statistics & Research Design