Students receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Public Affairs from The John Glenn College of Public Affairs must fulfill both the Quantitative and Logical Skills requirement. Students must fulfill the three following categories.

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.

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General Education Math Requirements

**Choose one course from the following list:**

- Computer Science and Engineering 1111 or any course at the 1200-level or above
^{1} - Mathematics: any course at the level of Math 1116 or above
^{1} - Philosophy 1500, 1501, 2500

**Note**: The Glenn College strongly recommends the completion of Math 1130, College Algebra for Business, or Math 1148, College Algebra, as preparation for PUB AFRS 4030, 4310, and ECON 4300

**Choose one course from the following list.**

- 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
- 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

Glenn College Recommends: Statistics 1350, 1450, Econ 3400, or Political Science 4781