FAQ

How do I meet the university's Quantitative Reasoning requirement?

There are several ways to meet the requirement. To find out what category you fall under read the following questions.

Are you a transfer student from an accredited university?

If you are a transfer student and completed that university's general education math requirement (typically college algebra or calculus or quantitative reasoning) and that course was accepted as transferable credit, you have met the Quantitative Reasoning requirement for BYU-Idaho.

Did you take the AP Calculus exam, receive a three or higher and have the score sent to BYU-Idaho?

When your score is received and credit for calculus is added to your transcript, you will meet the Quantitative Reasoning requirment.

Are you in a major that will require statistics, calculus, or a higher calculus-based course?

When you pass either MATH 221A, MATH 221B, MATH 221C, FDMAT 112, MATH 119 or ECON 215,  you will meet the Quantitative Reasoning requirement.

Are you in a major that does not require statistics, calculus, or a higher calculus-based course and will not complete MATH 221A, MATH 221B, MATH 221C, FDMAT 112, MATH 119 or ECON 215?

The only way to meet the Qunatitative Reasoning requirement is to pass FDMAT 108.

Are you unsure what math class you are prepared to take?

Learn about our mathematics placement test.