Minor in Quantitative Science
The Center for Quantitative Science offers a minor for undergraduate students who are interested in applications of statistical and mathematical tools to problems in ecology, biology, renewable resource management, and the environment. Completing a minor in Quantitative Science provides an excellent way to increase the potential attractiveness of a degree. The minor requires a minimum of 27 credit hours.
Core Courses (24-25 credits)
- Q SCI 291 and 292 Analysis for Biologists I and II (May substitute Math 124, 125) (10)
- Q SCI 381 Introduction to Probability and Statistics (5)
- Q SCI 482 Statistical Inference in Applied Research I (5)
- Q SCI 483 Statistical Inference in Applied Research II (5) OR Q SCI 403/STAT 403 Resampling (4)
Electives (a minimum of 3 or more credits from an approved list)
Partial approved list includes:
- Q SCI /STAT 403 Intro to Resampling Inference (4) (if not taken as part of the core courses above)
- Q SCI /FISH 454 Ecological Modeling (4)
- Q SCI 451/ESRM 451 Analytical Methods for Wildlife Science (3)
- Q SCI 458/FISH 458 Modeling and Estimation in Conservation and Resource Management (4)
- Q SCI 483 Statistical Inference in Applied Research II (5) (if not taken as part of the core courses above)
- Q SCI 486 Experimental Design (4)
Additional courses may qualify at the discretion of the CQS Director.
A minimum grade of 2.0 is required in all courses taken as part of the minor.