Students completing a degree in the College of Arts and Sciences must complete three separate categories under the Quantitative and Logical Skills requirement. Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees have different courses to fulfill the Quantitative and Logical Skills requirement. This page includes the math requirements for each major in the ASC and the Quantitative and Logical Skills requirements for BA and BS students.

- Bachelor of Arts Quantitative and Logical Skills requirements
- Bachelor of Science Quantitation and Logical Skills requirements
- Math Requirements by Major

Note: Honors students in the College of Arts and Sciences may be expected to complete higher-level course work to satisfy the math requirement. Honors students should refer to the Honors Guides to the GE for honors math requirements.

## Bachelor of Arts Quantitative and Logical Skills Requirement

The goal of courses in this category is to develop skills in quantitative literacy and logical reasoning, including the ability to identify valid arguments, use mathematical models, and draw conclusions and critically evaluate results based on data.

## Basic Computation Skills (fulfill one of the following)

- Achieve a standardized test score as specified by the State of Ohio
^{1 } - Attain
Score R or higher__Math Placement Test__ - Complete Math 1060
^{2}or Math 1075. Math 1060^{2}and Math 1075 are remedial and do not count toward the 121 hour minimum requirement for the Bachelor of Arts or the Bachelor of Arts in Journalism.

^{1 }If students earn an ACT Math Subscore of 22 or higher; an SAT Math score of 520 or higher; a score of 108EA (Elementary Algebra) or 69 CLM (College Level Math) on the College Board's Accuplacer tests; or an Algebra Scale Score of 52 on the ACT's Compass math placement test, and the test was taken within two years of enrollment, then by State of Ohio law you are not required to take remedial math (courses numbered 1075 and below) regardless of the score on the **Math Placement Test**. However, students are strongly encouraged to take the math course tested into, especially if students plan to continue taking a sequence of math courses.

^{2 }Math 1060 is only offered on the regional campuses. Math 1060 is a terminal math course designed to fulfill the Quantitative and logical Skills: Basic Computational Skills category of the GE. Students may follow up with Math 1116 to satisfy the Math and Logical Analysis category of the GE. Students who wish to take math courses higher than Math 1116 should take Math 1075 rather than Math 1060.

- Mathematical and Logical Analysis, 3-5 hours

Choose one course from the following list.

- Computer Science and Engineering 1111 or any course at the 1200-level or above
^{3} - Linguistics 2001, 3802
- Mathematics: any course at the level of Math 1116 or above
^{3} - Philosophy 1500, 1501, 2500
- Statistics: any course
^{3}except one of those listed in the Data Analysis category

^{3} except Math 1125, Math 1126, and courses numbered XX93 or XX94

- Data Analysis, 3 hours

Choose one course from the following list. The course may also count in your major, if it is at the 2000-level or above and approved by the student's advisor.

- AED Economics 2005 Data Analysis for Agribusiness and Applied Economics
- Animal Sciences 2260 Data Analysis and Interpretation for Decision Making
- Astronomy 3350 Methods of Astronomical Observation & Data Analysis
- Chemistry 2210 Quantitative Analysis
- Community Leadership 3537 Data Analysis in the Applied Sciences
- Earth Sciences 2245 Introductory Data Analysis
- Economics 3400 The Analysis and Display of Data
- Environment and Natural Resources 2000 Natural Resources Data Analysis
- Geography 2200 Mapping Our World
- Horticulture Crop Sci. 2260 Data Analysis & Interpretation for Decision Making
- International Studies 3400 The Analysis and Display of Data
- Linguistics 2051 Analyzing the Sounds of Language
- Philosophy 1520 Probability, Data, and Decision Making
- Physics 3700 Experimental Physics Instrumentation and Data Analysis Lab
- Political Science 4781 Techniques of Political Analysis
- Sociology 3549 Statistics in Sociology
- Speech and Hearing Science 2051 Analyzing the Sounds of Language
- Statistics 1350, 1430, 1450, 2450, 2480, 3450, 3460, 3470, 4202, 5301, 5302

Bachelor of Science Quantitative and Logical Skills Requirement

The goal of courses in this category is to develop skills in quantitative literacy and logical reasoning, including the ability to identify valid arguments, use mathematical models, and draw conclusions and critically evaluate results based on data.

- Basic Computational Skills (fulfill one of the following)

- Attain
Score R or higher__Math Placement Test__ - Achieve a standardized test score as specified by the State of Ohio
^{1 } - Complete Math 1075. Math 1075 are remedial and do not count toward the 121 hour minimum requirement for the Bachelor of Science.
- Achieve a standardized test score as specified by the State of Ohio
^{1}

^{1 }If students earn an ACT Math Subscore of 22 or higher; an SAT Math score of 520 or higher; a score of 108EA (Elementary Algebra) or 69 CLM (College Level Math) on the College Board's Accuplacer tests; or an Algebra Scale Score of 52 on the ACT's Compass math placement test, and the test was taken within two years of enrollment, then by State of Ohio law you are not required to take remedial math (courses numbered 1075 and below) regardless of the score on the __ Math Placement Test__. However, students are strongly encouraged to take the math course tested into, especially if students plan to continue taking a sequence of math courses.

- Mathematical and Logical Analysis, 5 hours

- Complete Math 1151, Calculus I, or equivalent. Note: students that do not place into Math 1151 must complete prerequisite coursework.

- Data Analysis

- Course work is taken as part of the major program or prerequisite work.

## Math Requirements by Major

The math requirements for each major in the College of Arts and Sciences are listed below. Different requirements are listed for majors that offer both BA and BS degrees.

Navigate through the majors by selecting the letters below that correspond with the first letter of the major.

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z

### A

**Actuarial Science****Air Transportation Studies**- Bachelor of Arts

**Ancient History and Classics**- Bachelor of Arts

**Anthropology****Anthropological Sciences**- Bachelor of Science
- Math 1151 Calculus I

- Bachelor of Science
**Arabic**- Bachelor of Arts

**Art**- Bachelor of Arts

**Art Education**- Bachelor of Arts

**Arts Management**- Bachelor of Arts
- Math 1130 College Algebra for Business

- Bachelor of Arts
**Astronomy****Atmospheric Sciences****Aviation Management**

### B

**Biochemistry**- Bachelor Arts
- Bachelor of Science

**Biology**- Bachelor of Arts
- Bachelor of Science
- Complete one of the following:
- Math 1151 Calculus I
- Math 1156 Calculus for the Biological Sciences
- Math 1161.01 Accelerated Calculus I
- Math 1181H Honors Calculus I

- and complete one of the following:
- Math 1152 Calculus II
- Math 1157 Mathematical Modeling for the Biological Sciences
- Math 2162.01 Accelerated Calculus II
- Math 2182H Honors Calculus II
- Stat 2480 Statistics for Life Sciences
- Stat 2450 Introduction to Statistical Analysis
- NOT Stat 1350 or 1450

- Complete one of the following:

### C

**Chemistry**- Bachelor of Arts
- See Major Advisor

- Bachelor of Science

- Bachelor of Arts
**Chinese**- Bachelor of Arts

**Classics**- Bachelor of Arts

**Communication**- Bachelor of Arts

**Comparative Studies**- Bachelor of Arts

**Computer and Information Science****Criminology**- Bachelor of Arts

### D

**Dance**- Bachelor of Arts
- See Major Advisor

- Bachelor of Arts
**Data Analytics**- Bachelor of Science
- Complete one of the following sequences:
- Math 1151 Calculus I and Math 1152 Calculus II
- Math 1151 Calculus I and Math 1172 Engineering Mathematics A
- Math 1161.01 Accelerated Calculus I and Math 2162.01 Accelerated Calculus II
- Math 1181H Honors Calculus I and Math 2182H Honors Calculus II

- Complete Math 2568 Linear Algebra

- Complete one of the following sequences:

- Bachelor of Science
**Design**- Bachelor of Science in Design

### E

**Earth Science****Economics****English**- Bachelor of Arts

**Evolution and Ecology**

### F

**Film Studies**- Bachelor of Arts

**French**- Bachelor of Arts

### G

**Geographic Information Science**- Bachelor of Science
- Math 1151 Calculus I

- Bachelor of Science
**Geography**- Bachelor of Arts
- Bachelor of Science
- Math 1151 Calculus I
- Additional courses may be required depending on specialization.

**German**- Bachelor of Arts

**Globalization Studies**- Bachelor of Arts

### H

**Hebrew**- Bachelor of Arts

**History**- Bachelor of Arts

**History of Art**- Bachelor of Arts

### I

**International Studies**- Bachelor of Arts
- Bachelor of Science
- Math 1151 Calculus I

**Islamic Studies**- Bachelor of Arts

**Italian**- Bachelor of Arts

### J

**Japanese**- Bachelor of Arts

**Jewish Studies**- Bachelor of Arts

**Journalism**- Bachelor of Arts

### L

**Linguistics**- Bachelor of Arts

### M

**Mapping and Land Information Science****Mathematics****Medieval and Renaissance Studies**- Bachelor of Arts

**Microbiology****Middle Childhood Interdisciplinary Major****Modern Greek**- Bachelor of Arts

**Molecular Genetics****Music**- Bachelor of Arts

**Music Education**- Bachelor of Arts

### N

**Neuroscience**- Bachelor of Science
- Math 1151 Calculus I

- Bachelor of Science

### P

**Philosophy**- Bachelor of Arts

**Physics**- Bachelor of Science
- Complete one of the following sequences.
- Sequence 1
- Sequence 2

- Complete one of the following sequences.

- Bachelor of Science
**Physiological Optics****Plant Cellular and Molecular Biology****Political Science**- Bachelor of Arts

- Portuguese
- Bachelor of Arts

**Pre-Dentistry (Area of Interest)****Pre-Law (Area of Interest)**- Bachelor of Arts

**Pre-Medicine (Area of Interest)****Pre-Optometry (Area of Interest)****Pre-Veterinary Medicine (Area of Interest)****Psychology**

### R

**Religious Studies**- Bachelor of Arts

**Romance Studies**- Bachelor of Arts

**Russian**- Bachelor of Arts

### S

**Security and Intelligence**- Bachelor of Arts

**Sexuality Studies**- Bachelor of Arts

**Sociology**- Bachelor of Arts

**Speech and Hearing Science**

### T

**Theatre**- Bachelor of Arts

### W

**World Literatures**- Bachelor of Arts

**World Politics**- Bachelor of Arts

**Women's Studies**- Bachelor of Arts

### Z

**Zoology**