The General Education Committee led a process involving faculty from across the University and our closest community college partners to modify this part of the general education curriculum. This requirement has been renamed the University General Education Quantitative Literacy Requirement, and there are now four courses that satisfy this part of the curriculum.
- MATH 1120 Introduction to Mathematical and Computational Thinking
- MATH 1130 Quantitative Literacy (NEW)
- MATH 1220 College Algebra
- MATH 1530 Introduction to Applied Probability and Statistics (NEW)
Any new student can take one of these four courses, or transfer an equivalent course from another higher education institution, to fulfill UNO’s General Education Quantitative Literacy requirement. The academic records of any current UNO student will be automatically updated in degree works to reflect General Education Quantitative Literacy credit if the student has taken an approved UNO quantitative literacy course, or an equivalent transfer course. Importantly, all students will be required to meet any additional math requirement and/or math prerequisites in their program of study, and are highly encouraged to discuss future academic plans with an advisor PRIOR to registering for a specific course option.