Math Reasoning Proficiency Requirement

Under general education program guidelines, a course which demonstrates math reasoning proficiency is required of all MU students. Using college algebra as a prerequisite, this course requires students to use mathematical skills or reasoning in particular areas of disciplinary interest.

To receive credit for taking a mathematics reasoning proficiency (MRP) course, students must earn a grade in the C-range or better. These courses are designated “MP” in the¬†Schedule of Courses.

  • Agricultural Economics 2225 – Statistical Analysis
  • Agricultural Systems Management 2220 – Agriculture/Industrial Structures
  • Agricultural Systems Management 2360 – Mobile Hydraulics
  • Animal Science 4323 – Applied Livestock Genetics
  • Anthropology 2050/2052 – Biological Anthropology
  • Anthropology 4880 – Demographic Anthropology
  • Architectural Studies 4323 –¬†Sustainable Technologies and Systems
  • Chemistry 1320/1320H – General Chemistry II
  • Chemistry 1500H – Honors Intensive General Chemistry
  • Computer Science 1050 – Algorithm Design/Programming I
  • Economics 1024 – Fundamentals of Microeconomics
  • Economics 1051H – General Economics (General Honors)
  • Education and Counseling Psychology 4170 – Introduction to Educational Statistics
  • Financial Planning 2183 – Personal and Family Finance
  • Financial Planning 3287 – Consumer and House Economics 1
  • Geography 4710 – Spatial Analysis in Geography
  • Geological Sciences 2200 – Oceanography
  • Geological Sciences 2450 – Global Water Cycle
  • History 4470 – Quantitative Methods in Historical Study
  • Hospitality Management 3310 – Food Service Budgeting and Controls
  • Linguistics 2700 – Mathematical Logic
  • Management 4010 – Operations Management
  • Management 4210 – Management Science
  • Mathematics 1300 – Finite Mathematics
  • Mathematics 1320 – Elements of Calculus
  • Mathematics 1340 – Algebra and Number Systems for Teachers
  • Mathematics 1360 – Geometric Concepts for Teachers
  • Mathematics 1400 – Calculus of Social/Natural Sciences I
  • Mathematics 1500 – Analytical Geometry and Calculus I
  • Mathematics 1500H – Analytic Geometry and Calculus I – Honors
  • Mathematics 1700 – Calculus II
  • Mathematics 1700H – Calculus II – Honors
  • Mathematics 2100 – Calculus for Social and Natural Sciences II
  • Mathematics 2300 – Calculus III
  • Mathematics 2300H – Calculus III – Honors
  • Mathematics 2320 – Discrete Mathematical Structures
  • Philosophy 2600 – Rational Decisions
  • Philosophy 2700 – Mathematical Logic
  • Philosophy 4110 – Formal Logic
  • Physics 1210 – College Physics I
  • Physics 1220 – College Physics II
  • Political Science 4000 – Introductory Statistics for Political Science
  • Psychology 3020 – Research Methods in Psychology II
  • Social Work 4310 – Social Statistics
  • Statistics 1200 – Introductory Statistical Reasoning
  • Statistics 1300 – Elementary Statistics
  • Statistics 1300H – Elementary Statistics (General Honors)
  • Statistics 1400 – Statistical Analysis
  • Statistics 2200 – Introductory Statistical Methods
  • Statistics 2500 – Introduction to Probability and Statistics I
  • Statistics 2530 – Statistical Methods in Natural Resources
  • Textile & Apparel Management 2300 – Retail Finance and Merchandise Control
  • Textile & Apparel Management 4990 – Retail Marketing Merchandising