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DIRECTIONS FOR COMPLETING THE QUANTITATIVE LITERACY COURSE APPROVAL FORM In order for a course offering to be approved as a Quantitative Literacy course, it must first be submitted to the General Education Committee (GEC) and then to the University Curriculum Committee (UCC) for approval. Once approved, all sections of the course may be offered in subsequent semesters as fulfilling that particular provision of General Education. The decision to offer the course as fulfilling the Quantitative Literacy Competency is made by the department chair in consultation with the dean and provost.
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  • Spring '11
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  • QUANTITATIVE LITERACY COURSE APPROVAL FORM,  Interpretation of mathematical models

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