- ANT 2033: Introduction to Physical Anthropology
- ANT 2043 Introduction to Archaeology
- ARC 4183 Environmental Systems
- ARC 4283 Architectural Structures
- BIO 1233 Contemporary Biology I
- BIO 1404 Biosciences I
- COM 3073 Conduct of Communication Inquiry
- CRJ 3013 Research Design and Analysis
- ECO 2003 Economic Principles and Issues
- ECO 2013 Introductory Macroeconomics
- ECO 2023 Introductory Microeconomics
- ENG 2413 Technical Writing
- ES 2013 Environmental Systems I
- HIS 2123 Introduction to World Civilization to the Fifteenth Century
- HIS 2133 World Civilizations, 1500 to the Present
- KIN 3323 Biomechanics
- MAT 1043 Introduction to Mathematics
- MAT 1073 Algebra for Scientists and Engineers
- PHI 1043 Critical Thinking
- POL 1013 Introduction to American Politics
- POL 1133 Texas Politics and Society
- SOC 1013 Introduction to Sociology
- SOC 3323 Introduction to Social Research
- SPE 3603 Introduction to Special Education
- STA 1053 Basic Statistics
- WRC 1013 Freshman Composition I
- WRC 1023 Freshman Composition II
Quantitative Literacy Courses
Courses that have been redesigned by integrating quantitative literacy will be designated as Q-courses, which enable students to develop their data-reasoning skills. Each academic year additional courses are selected to participate in the QL program.
Each semester a Q-course will be featured describing student involvement in the program. For example, in Fall 2014: Students in ES 2013 develop their quantitative literacy skills through team based learning activities using real world case studies. Click here to read more about ES 2013.
The Q-course development grants are awarded each year to selected faculty who submit proposals for the program. The QLP team provides resources and support for significant and sustainable course redesign. Additional TA support is provided to courses considered as “Q” to assist with data collection. Click here for more info.
Q-Course ListsThe QLP offers course sections redesigned with quantitative literacy each semester. These courses are designated with a (Q) in the title along with the comment in the course listing "Course satisfies UTSA Quantitative Scholarship requirement." See the Q-Course Lists on the left for the most recent list of Q-course sections offered by semester.
Now approaching it's fifth year of implementation, the QLP will be offering 27 Q-Courses in multiple disciplines. Select upper-division courses were enhanced with "Q" in Architecture, Communications, Criminal Justice, Kinesiology, and Special Education.
In its first year of funding, the QLP selected ten courses for redesign from the following disciplines: Anthropology, Astronomy, Biology, Economics, Geology, and Sociology. Since then, the number of disciplines has increased as more courses have been redesigned. Click here for a link to archived Q-course listings by semester.