FNMT 101 - Quantitative Reasoning

Credit Hours: 3

This course is designed to enable students in liberal arts programs to learn how to use and interpret quantitative information in a real-world context. Students will learn how to use data to make decisions in day-to-day life, develop simple mathematical models in their personal and professional settings, and reach logical conclusions in real-world scenarios. The students will learn by exploring topics such as formal logic, algebraic modeling, and estimation.

Academic Major Restrictions:

Students must be in one of the following academic degree programs to take this course:

  • Art & Design 
  • Black Studies 
  • Communication Studies 
  • Creative Writing AC 
  • English 
  • International Studies 
  • ASL/English Interpreting
  • Liberal Arts 
  • Liberal Arts: Honors


FNMT 017 or FNMT 019 completed or FNMT 118 ready placement.

Course Offered Online: Yes

General Education Fulfillment: Quantitative Reasoning