The processes of interpreting and analyzing quantitative information and symbolic systems are required to understand society, the world, and the universe.  Students will engage in this Mode of Inquiry through creative problem-solving, modeling natural or social phenomena, investigating logical systems, and analyzing numerical data.  The following courses have officially been given the Mode C, Quantitative and Formal Reasoning, designation.

COM 103 INFORMATICS PROGRAMMING
COM 110 INTRO COMPUTER SCI/PROB SOLV
COM 203 BIOINFORMATICS
COM 205 TOPICS IN SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT
COM 211 INFORMATICS
COM 212 DATA STRUCTURES
COM 214 WEB TECHNOL & MOBILE COMPUTING
COM 217 ENTERTAINMENT SOFTWARE DESIGN
COM 218 MULTIMEDIA
COM 219 COMPUTER ORGANIZATION
COM 250 MOBILE APP DEVELOPMENT
ECO 205A INT MICRO THEORY (WITH CALC)
ECO 230 ECONOMETRICS I
ECO 322 GAME THEORY
ES 210 HYDROLOGY
ES 312 VECTOR-BASED GEOG INFO SYST
ES 313 RASTER-BASED GEOG INFO SYST
ES 315 RIVER ENVIRONMENTS
LIN 201 PHONOLOGY
LIN 202 SYNTAX
MAT 105 INTRO MATHEMATICAL THOUGHT
MAT 107 INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS
MAT 108 MATHEMATICS OF MONEY
MAT 110 CC: NETWORKS & THEIR APPLCTNS
MAT 111 CALC A: CALCULUS WITH PRECALC
MAT 112 CALC B: DERIVATIVES/INTEGRALS
MAT 113 CALC C: INTEGRALS AND SERIES
MAT 121 CC: SOC STATS THRU SOC JUSTICE
MAT 206 INTRO TO STATISTICAL METHODS
MAT 207 ADVANCED REGRESSION TECHNIQ
MAT 209 INTRO TO TIME SERIES ANALYSIS
MAT 210 DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
MAT 212 MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS
MAT 225 ORDINARY DIFF EQUATIONS
MAT 226 LINEAR ALGEBRA
MAT 233 LINEAR OPTIMIZATION
MAT 234 STATISTICAL COMPUTING WITH R
MUS 323 POST-TONAL THEORY
PHI 103 LOGIC
PSY 201 PSYCHOLOGICAL STATISTICS
PSY 407 ADV PSYCHOLOGICAL STATISTIC

FYS 1XXX VOTING: THEORY AND PRACTICE