R1/R2 Gen Ed Requirements

R1/R2 General Education Requirements

Students who begin their college career taking advanced Mathematics and Statistics courses can demonstrate their mastery of basic mathematical skills by successfully completing certain courses, without having to take the Mathematics Exemption Test.

Students who complete a course from the following list may have it count for both their R1 and R2 requirements (courses which satisfy the R1/R2 requirements have the R2 designation associated with them in the course catalog):
 

Department

Course

Gen Ed

Title

Math

113

R2

Math-Elem Teachers I

Math

121

R2

Linear Meth & Prob Bus

Math

127

R2

Calc Life/Soc Sci I

Math

128

R2

Calc Life/Soc Sci II

Math

131

R2

Calculus I

Math

132

R2

Calculus II

Math

135

R2

Calc I w/Computer

Math

136

R2

Calc II w/Computer

Math

233

R2

Multivar Calculus

Math

235

R2

Intro Linear Algebra

Math

236

R2

Intro Lin Algebra w/APL

Math

456

R2

Math Modeling

Valid only through Fall 2012

Res-Econ

211

R2

Intro Stat for Life Sci

Valid only through Spring 2014

Res-Econ

212

R2

Intro Stat for Soc Sci

Statistc

111

R2

Elem Statistics

Statistc

240

R2

Intro to Statistics

Statistc

501

R2

Meth Applied Stats

Statistc

515

R2

Statistics I

Statistc

516

R2

Statistics II

Students who complete a course from the following list may have it count for their R1 requirement but must also take an approved R2 course to satisfy that requirement:
 

Department

Course

Gen Ed

Title

Math

114

 

Math-Elem Teachers II

Math

245

 

Diff Equations Comp I

Math

246

 

Diff Equations Comp II

Math

300

 

Fund Concepts of Math

Math

331

 

Ord Dif Eq/Sci Eng

Students who enter college without advanced Math skills should take the R1 course (or courses) indicated by the results on their Mathematics Placement Test before going on to take an R2 course.

Academic Requirements Reports reflect these requirements and the courses fall into their respective requirements automatically. If you have questions about the General Education requirements, please come to the University Registrar's Office in 213 Whitmore to review your Degree Progress Report.