# Laboratory Science Mathematics/Statistics/Computing

**Curricular Outcome:** Ability to think and function as a scientist

College of Science students will complement critical thinking and analytical abilities gained within their major area of study by completing a two-course sequence and related laboratory experience in a science outside of their major. Students are also required to develop proficiency and knowledge in the areas of mathematics, statistics, and computer science.

## Laboratory Science

The laboratory science requirement is met by completion of a one-year sequence of laboratory science.

College of Science students are strongly encouraged by our faculty to complete laboratory courses with in-person laboratory experiences.

**List of Approved Lab Science Courses**

## Mathematics

- The Mathematics requirement is met by completion of a one-year sequence of single variable calculus. The following sequences are approved to meet the math requirement:

MA 16100: Plane Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (5 cr.) AND MA 16200: Plane Analytic Geometry and Calculus II (5 cr.) OR MA 16500: Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (4 cr.) AND MA 16600: Analytic Geometry and Calculus II (4 cr.)

Note: MA 16100/MA 16500 AND MA 16200/16600 may be interchanged to meet the single variable calculus requirement.

Biology Majors only: MA 16010: Applied Calculus I and MA 16020: Applied Calculus II

## Statistics

The Statistics requirement is met by completion of an approved statistics course in a student's program of study (major). Check specific department and major requirements for approval of the following courses:- STAT 30100: Elementary Statistical Methods
- STAT 35000: Introduction to Statistics
- STAT 35500: Statistics for Data Science
- STAT 50300: Statistical Methods for Biology
- STAT 51100: Statistical Methods

## Computing

The Computing requirement is met by completion of a computing course in a student's program of study (major). Check specific department and major requirements for approval of the following courses:

- CS 15900: C Programming
- CS 17600: Data Engineering in Python
- CS 17700: Programming With Multimedia Objects
- CS 18000: Programming I
- ECE 49500: Intro to Computer
- ENGR 14200: Honors Creativity and Innovation and Engineering Design II
- ENGR 16200: Honors Introduction To Innovation And The Physical Science Of Engineering Design II
- Three (3) of the following one (1) credit courses
- MA 16201: The Data Science Labs in Probability
- MA 29000: The Data Science Labs in Multivariate Calculus
- MA 39000: The Data Science Labs in in Fourier Analysis
- MA 49000: The Data Science Labs in on Probability

- TDM 10100: Data Mine I AND TDM 10200: Data Mine II

*Archived Approved computing courses which are not longer offered:*

*CS 15800: C Programming (effective Fall 2009)**CS 19000: Introduction to Computational Thinking (Fall 07, Spring 08, Fall 08)**CS 19000: Data Engineering in Python**CS 19000: Data Engineering in Python**STAT 29000: Introduction to Big Data Analysis**STAT 19000: Data Mine I AND STAT 19000: Data Mine II*

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