The Center for Quantitative Science is an interdisciplinary program administered by the College of Environment with cooperation from the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences and the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences. It provides high-quality instruction in mathematical and applied statistical methods for undergraduate students who major in the biological and ecological sciences, renewable resources management, and environmental studies. The center provides instruction in an atmosphere that emphasizes the use of quantitative methods to better understand a variety of scientific phenomena. Faculty represent various applied scientific disciplines within the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences and the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences.
Students in environmental, biological, ecological, and resource management majors may wish to complete a minor in quantitative science to document their understanding of the mathematical and statistical methods used in these competitive and increasingly quantitative fields.
The Center for Quantiataive Science offers the following program of study:
Minor Requirements: A minimum of 27 credits, as follows: