Drake students will learn to reason with the symbols and components of mathematical languages as well as effectively use the principles that underlie these operations. Courses that satisfy this requirement will have mathematical reasoning as their principal focus. They may also address questions that engage learners with the world around them and help them to analyze quantitative claims that arise from the study of civic, political, scientific, or social issues. Quantitative literacy courses may be focused on the mathematical needs of a specific discipline or on a specific interdisciplinary issue or problem. These courses will engage students to achieve these student learning outcomes. Students will be able to:

- Analyze and present solutions to problems using symbols and components from mathematical languages and their underlying principles.
- Identify and execute appropriate mathematical operations for a given question.
- Evaluate claims based upon mathematical arguments.

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BIO 099 Biological Research & Statistical Methods |

October 23, 2017

The 2018 Herb and Karen Baum Symposium for Ethics and the Professions will examine the key moral responsibilities of members of the U.S. civic body, from various walks of professional life, in light of the current political climate.

October 19, 2017