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 digested the information from the Assemblies and created draft learning outcomes which were then made available on this website for campus comments. The comments were taken into consideration by both the General Education Board and the Council for Learning Outcomes Assessment, resulting in the revised draft learning outcomes for Quantitative Reasoning I listed below.
After taking a course in Quantitative Reasoning I, students will be able to:
- Fundamentals: Identify and abstract relevant information to clearly define problems. (C-SLO 1)
- Context: Recognize patterns, transfer knowledge, or integrate abstract thinking with other problems or disciplines. (C-SLO 2)
- Methodology: Construct or select and execute a logically appropriate process for solving problems. (C-SLO 1)
- Application: Formulate, present, and justify solutions to problems. (C-SLO 1)