CCC Quantitative Symbolic Reasoning January 2014.doc

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Criteria for the Quantitative/Symbolic Reasoning Graduation Requirement For Transfer Degrees: Effective January 2014, the Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA) has the following specific requirements for Quantitative/Symbolic Reasoning Skills: 1. Five (5) credits of college level mathematics (a course with a Mathematics prefix numbered 100 or above) that furnishes the quantitative skills required in the commonly recognized educational transfer pathways toward a baccalaureate degree. Accepted courses in these pathways are: Precalculus or higher, Mathematics for Elementary Education, Business Precalculus/Finite Mathematics, Statistics, and Math in Society; or 2. Five (5) credits of a symbolic logic course that focuses on (a) sentence logic with proofs and (b) predicate logic with quantifiers and proofs and/or Aristotelian logic with Venn Diagrams. To qualify for QSR, college level math and logic courses must require intermediate algebra course work (high school or college) with a grade of 2.0 or higher as a prerequisite.
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