STGE 1040 Special Topics in General Education ? Quantitative, Computational, and Mathematical Reasoning
3 hours; 3 credits
Develops at least two of the following four skills: formal reasoning (the use of formal logic or mathematics); abstract representation (the production and interpretation of information using mathematical models such as formulas, graphs, tables, and schematics); empirical analysis (the use of statistical inference, e.g., statistical modeling through sampling of populations or phenomena); and computational reasoning (identification of problems and solutions through the design of algorithms).
The City University reserves the right, because of changing conditions,
to make modifications of any nature in academic programs and requirements
of the university and its constituent colleges without advanced notice.
Students are advised to consult regularly with college and department counselors
concerning their programs of study.
Access the college's current and recent course bulletins.