Quantitative reasoning skills are required in almost every major and professional program, as well as in personal and professional life. Students need quantitative literacy to function in society. Common examples include managing one’s own finances (e.g., credit card debt), reading and understanding the newspaper, and informed voting.
Your major may require additional or specific quantitative reasoning course(s). It is essential that you choose MATH/GEQR courses in coordination with your advisor.
All pre-requisite courses in sequences must be completed with a C or better to advance to the next course in the sequence. To find out more information regarding math placement go to emich.edu/math/placement/.
One course or course sequence in Quantitative Reasoning or Waiver:
Students with an ACT math sub-score of <19 or SAT math subscore <520 should take MATH 097/098 in preparation for MATH 110/110E OR MATH 104 AND a course that satisfies Quantitative Reasoning.
Students with an ACT math sub-score 19-22 or SAT math subscore 520-570 are eligible to take MATH 110 OR 110E OR MATH 104 AND a course that satisfies Quantitative Reasoning.
Students with an ACT math sub-score of 23-27 or SAT math subscore 580-660 or a grade of C or better in MATH 104 or CLM placement test score 53-92 are eligible to take any of the courses listed below to satisfy Quantitative Reasoning, providing they also satisfy the pre-requisites.
Students with an ACT math sub-score of 28 or better or SAT math subscore of 670 or better have met the Quantitative Reasoning requirement. Please note, additional MATH courses may be required for a student’s major/minor.