Students must choose Option 1 or Option 2:

- Option 1: Take 6 credit hours of college math from List A.
- Option 2: Take 3 credit hours of college math from List A and 3 credit hours from List B.

Students must choose Option 1 or Option 2:

- Option 1: Take 6 credit hours of college math from List A.
- Option 2: Take 3 credit hours of college math from List A and 3 credit hours from List B.

COURSE | COURSE TITLE |

MATH 13000 | Mathematics for Elementary Teachers I |

MATH 13100 | Mathematics for Elementary Teachers II |

MATH 13200 | Mathematics for Elementary Teachers III |

MATH 13600 | Mathematics for Elementary Teachers |

MATH 15300 | College Algebra |

MATH 15400 | Trigonometry |

MATH 15900 | Precalculus |

MATH 16500 | Analytic Geometry and Calculus I |

MATH 16600 | Analytic Geometry and Calculus II |

MATH 22100 | Calculus for Technology 1 |

MATH 22200 | Calculus for Technology 2 |

MATH 23100 | Calculus for the Life Sciences 1 |

MATH 23200 | Calculus for the Life Sciences 2 |

MATH-M 118 | Finite Mathematics |

MATH-M 119 | Brief Survey of Calculus 1 |

MATH-S 165 | Honors Analytic Geometry and Calculus I |

MATH-S 166 | Honors Analytic Geometry and Calculus II |

COURSE | COURSE TITLE |

CIT 12000 | Quantitative Analysis I |

CSCI 23000 | Computing I |

CSCI-N 200 | Principles of Computer Science |

CSCI-N 201 | Programming Concepts |

CSCI-N 207 | Data Analysis Using Spreadsheets |

CSCI-N 211 | Introduction to Databases |

ECON-E 270 | Introduction to Statistical Theory in Economics and Business |

ENGR 19700 | Introduction to Programming Concepts |

HIM-M 200 | Database Design for Health Information Management |

IET 15000 | Quantitative Methods for Technology |

INFO-I 101 | Introduction to Informatics |

INFO-I 201 | Mathematical Foundations to Informatics |

INFO-I 210 | Information Infrastructure I |

INFO-I 223 | Data Fluency |

NURS-H 355 | Data Analysis for Practice and Research |

PBHL-B 300 | Introduction to Biostatistics |

PHIL-P 208 | Causality and Evidence |

PHIL-P 265 | Introduction to Symbolic Logic |

PSY-B 305 | Statistics |

SOC-R 359 | Introduction to Sociological Stats |

SPEA-K 300 | Statistical Techniques |

STAT 30100 | Elementary Statistical Methods 1 |

SWK-S 372 | Statistical Reasoning in Social Work |

COURSE | COURSE TITLE | EFFECTIVE DATE |

ECE 26100 | Engineering Programming Lab | Fall 2019 |

ECE 26300 | Introduction to Computing in Electrical Engineering | Spring 2019 |

ECON-E 280 | Applied Statistics for Business and Economics 1 (IUPUC course only) | Spring 2019 |