CQS Office. CQS Office. Minor in CQS. Core Courses (20 credits) QSCI 291 and 292 (Calculus) QSCI 381 (Probability and Stat.) QSCI 482 (Applied Statistics) Electives - 2 more classes, including 1 of QSCI 480 (Sampling) QSCI 483 (Regression) QSCI 486 (Experimental design).
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Minor in CQS • Core Courses (20 credits) • QSCI 291 and 292 (Calculus) • QSCI 381 (Probability and Stat.) • QSCI 482 (Applied Statistics) • Electives - 2 more classes, including 1 of • QSCI 480 (Sampling) • QSCI 483 (Regression) • QSCI 486 (Experimental design)
Problems with CQS classes If you have any concerns about: a) the Q SCI course you are taking, b) your TA, or c) your instructor, please see the instructor about these concerns as soon as possible. If you are not comfortable talking with the instructor or not satisfied with the response that you receive, you may contact CQS Director B. Bruce Bare, room 306C Mary Gates Hall, (206) 616-0878, email@example.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org. For concerns about your TA you may also contact the Graduate School at 200 Gerberding Hall, by phone at (206) 543-5900, or by e-mail at email@example.com. You may also stop by the CQS Office, Room 306 Mary Gates Hall, or call (206) 543-1191, to discuss any concerns you have.
Classroom Safety– Fire Alarm • EVACUATE quickly and calmly to the building's emergency assembly point. Do not take time to gather your belongings; getting out quickly is crucial to your safety. • CHECK IN with your instructor at the assembly point. He or she will need to let the safety warden know if anyone is missing. • If you discover a fire in the building, pull the nearest fire alarm, evacuate, and, if possible, call 9-911 from a campus phone to give further information to the emergency response team.
Classroom Safety – Earthquake • DROP down on the floor. • COVER: take cover under a sturdy desk or table, or against an interior wall. Protect your head and neck with your arms. • HOLD: brace yourself until the ground stops shaking and it is safe to move. • EVACUATE to the building's emergency assembly point, taking time to gather your possessions. Watch for hazards (especially overhead) as you walk through the building.Check in with your instructor at the assembly point.