Core IMPACTS - Mathematics & Quantitative Skills

Mathematics & Quantitative Skills (Mathematics)

The Learning Outcomes for the Mathematics & Quantitative Skills Core IMPACTS area:

Students will apply mathematical and computational knowledge to interpret, evaluate, and communicate quantitative information using verbal, numerical, graphical, or symbolic forms.

Students must complete one of the following courses to satisfy the Mathematics & Quantitative Skills area:

MATH 1552Integral Calculus 14
MATH 1712Survey of Calculus 24

MATH 1552 is required for students majoring in programs in the College of Architecture, College of Computing, College of Engineering or College of Sciences.


MATH 1712 is an option that may be completed by programs in the College of Business, College of Liberal Arts

Note: In the case of a degree (major) that is jointly offered and the Colleges' requirements in this area are different, the student must complete the course that is specified in the curriculum for the degree, regardless of which college is the declared "home" of the student. This area of the Core Curriculum is driven by the requirements of the specific degree program, not by the general requirements of the College, if a degree is jointly offered.

Note: Effective Fall 2012, for freshmen entering the University System of Georgia system Fall 2012, students who have earned 30 hours but have not completed Mathematics & Quantitative Skills must enroll in the next course necessary to make progress toward completing this Area in every semester in which they take classes.