College Curriculum - Course Listing
 
  • Courses in calculus and computer science are not included in the list. These courses do not require students to analyze actual data sets with the goal of evaluating hypotheses or interpreting results. To count towards the quantitative data analysis requirement, a course must include such data analysis.
  • If an instructor's name is listed, only sections taught by that instructor will satisfy the Quantitative Data Analysis Requirement.
  • LPS evening courses or summer courses satisfy the Quantitative Data Analysis Requirement only when they have been approved (as listed here). Many courses listed here are not taught in LPS or summer.
  • Students may not use AP credit, Transfer Credit, or Credit Away to satisfy the Quantitative Data Analysis Requirement. (In some cases exceptions to the restriction on transfer credit may be made for transfer students. For more information see here.)
  • A grade lower thant C- does not satisfy the requirement.
 

Subject Code Course Number LPS Summer Title Qualifies only
when taught by:

AFRC 120 yes Social Statistics--see SOCI120
ANTH 318 yes Anthropological Perspectives on Monitoring and Evaluating Social Programs --see ANTH518  
ANTH 518 yes Anthropological Perspectives on Monitoring and Evaluating Social Programs --see ANTH318  
ANTH 454 Quantitative Analysis of Anthropological Data Dibble
ASTR 001 Survey of the Universe
ASTR 006 Life in the Universe
ASTR 007 Big Bang and Beyond
ASTR 150 ObservationalAstronomy
BIOL 121 Molecular Biology of Life
BIOL 423 Plant Ecology
BIOL 446 Statistics for Biologists
CHEM 012 Environmental Chemistry
CHEM 053 yes yes Introductory Chemistry Lab normally taken in combination with General Chemistry I (CHEM101)
CHEM 054 yes yes Introductory Chemistry Lab normally taken in combination with General Chemistry II (CHEM102)
CHEM 055 Introductory Chemistry Lab normally taken in combination with General Chemistry II -- special Freshman only section of CHEM102
COLL 002 Certain Course Titles --See Pilot Curriculum Web Site.
COLL 003 Certain Course Titles --See Pilot Curriculum Web Site.
COLL 003 Environmental Chemistry
COMM 210 yes Quantitative Research Methods in Communication
CRIM 150 Evidence-Based Crime and Justice Policy
ECON 103 yes yes Statistics for Economists
ECON 104 yes yes Introduction to Econometrics
ECON 221 Econometric Forecasting
ECON 222 Advanced Econometric Techniques and Applications
ENVS 100 yes yes Introduction to Environmental Science
ENVS 200 yes yes Introduction to Environmental Analysis
ENVS 204 yes Global Climate Change
GEOL 001 yes yes Our Planet, Earth
GEOL 003 yes Evolution of the Physical World
GEOL 100 yes yes Introduction to Geology
GEOL 103 yes Natural Disturbances and Human Disasters
GEOL 109 yes Introduction to Geotechnical Science
GEOL 125 yes Earth and Life Through Time
GEOL 130 yes yes Oceanography
GEOL 421 Elemental Cycling in Global Systems
GSOC 004 yes yes The Family --see SOCI004
HIST 440 Perspectives on Urban Poverty--see SOCI420 and URBS420
HSOC 100 yes Introduction to Sociology Research--see SOCI100
HSOC 111 Health of Populations --see SOCI111 & STSC151
INTR 350     Research Methods/Practice in IR
LING 005     Landscape of Research and Innovation
LING 102 yes yes Introduction to Sociolinguistics
LING 120 Introduction to Speech Analysis
MATH 210 Mathematics in the Age of Information
MATH 475 Statistics for Law
NETS 112 Networked Life  
PHYS 003 Physical Evolution (Segre/Pfefferkorn)--see GEOL003 Segre/Pfefferkorn
PHYS 011 yes yes General Physics Lab I (for students with AP credit)
PHYS 012 yes yes General Physics Lab II (for students with AP credit)
PHYS 050 yes yes Principles of Physics Lab I (for students with AP credit)
PHYS 051 yes yes Principles of Physics Lab II (for students with AP credit)
PHYS 070 yes yes Physics Honors Lab I (for students with AP credit)
PHYS 071 yes yes Physics Honors Lab II (for students with AP credit)
PHYS 101 yes yes General Physics: Mechanics, Heat and Sound
PHYS 102 yes yes General Physics: Electromagnetism, Optics, and Modern Physics
PHYS 150 yes yes Principles of Physics I: Mechanics and Wave Motion
PHYS 151 yes yes Principles of Physics II: Electromagnetism and Radiation
PHYS 170 yes yes Honors Physics I: Mechanics and Wave Motion
PHYS 171 yes yes Honors Physics II: Electromagnetism and Radiation
PPE 153 yes yes Judgements and Decisions--see PSYC253
PSCI 107 Introduction to Data Science
PSCI 230 Public Opinion & American Democracy
PSCI 234 Changing American Electorate
PSCI 295 Introduction to Political Research
PSCI 338 Statistical Methods PSCI
PSYC 001 Introduction to Experimental Psychology - BFS version only Rozin
PSYC 020 Probability and Statistics
PSYC 049 The Unconscious Mind
PSYC 157     Human Informatins Processing
PSYC 253 yes yes Thinking and Decisions
PSYC 321 Research Experience in Learning
PSYC 351 Research Experience in Cognitive Psychology
PSYC 362 Research Experience in Abnormal Psychology
PSYC 370 Research Experience in Social Psychology
PSYC 386 Research Experience in Developmental Psychology
SOCI 004 yes yes The Family
SOCI 100 yes Introduction to Sociology Research
SOCI 111 Health of Populations --see HSOC111 & STSC151
SOCI 120 yes Social Statistics
SOCI 128 yes Introduction to Demographic Methods
SOCI 264 Poverty, Race, and Health
SOCI 420 Perspectives on Urban Poverty--see HIST440 and URBS420
STAT 101 Introductory Business Statistics
STAT 102 Introductory Business Statistics
STAT 111 yes yes Introductory Statistics Note: CGS statistics courses are normally for CGS students only.
STAT 112 yes Introductory Statistics Note: CGS statistics courses are normally for CGS students only.
STSC 151 Health of Populations --see HSOC111 & SOCI111
URBS 200 Introduction to Urban Research
URBS 230 GIS Applications in Social Science
URBS 264 Poverty, Race, and Health --see SOCI264
URBS 330 GIS Applications in Social Science--see URBS530
URBS 420 Perspectives on Urban Poverty--see HIST440 and SOCI420
URBS 530 GIS Applications in Social Science--see URBS330
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