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The curriculum in Quantitative method at UH-Downtown is structured to allow students to be employed in areas requiring the tools of discrete mathematics and statistics. The advent of high speed compupters and technological advances being made in this area have encouraged the development of, and have resulted in, important advances that constitue significant statistical tools for such areas as the life sciences, administrative/managerial sciences, and the social/behavioral sciences.
The degree requires a minimum of 120 semester credit hours with at least six hours of STAT at the 4000-level. No grade of "D" in any course in the Department of Computer and Mathematical Sciences may be applied toward satisfying the requirements of any degree in the department. Any course substitution must be approved by the department chair. The format of the degree is given below in five sections: General Education Requirements, Mathematical Sciences Requirements, Computer Science Requirements, Minor, and Electives.
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