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Mathematics

Learning Outcomes

  1. Mathematics majors will be able to understand the important mathematical/statistical concepts, theorems, formulas, computational techniques and axiomatic systems in the required courses.
  2. Mathematics majors will be able to demonstrate the ability to follow, construct, and write mathematical proofs.
  3. Mathematics majors will be able to apply knowledge derived from the major content areas of Calculus, Analysis, and Linear Algebra.
  4. Mathematics majors will be able to pose mathematical/statistical problems and select and apply appropriate mathematical/statistical theories, models and tools to solve and/or analyze the problems.
  5. Mathematics majors will be able to demonstrate their understanding of how mathematics/statistics is used in the solution of real-world problems.
  6. Mathematics majors will be able to use technological aids appropriately in the study of mathematics/statistics and properly interpret and assess the computed results.