Student Learning Outcomes
- Critical Thinking
Students graduating with a major in Mathematics will demonstrate the ability to think clearly and critically in solving complex problems, (a) making use of basic notions of theoretical mathematics, including proofs, and (b) making effective use of technology in the analysis and solution of mathematical problems.
Students graduating with a major in Mathematics will be able to effectively communicate mathematical concepts and applications of those concepts, both orally and in writing, including responses to questions and comments.
- Problem Solving Proficiency
Students graduating with a major in Mathematics will be proficient, to the point of formulating and solving problems, in the following areas common to all major tracks: (a) calculus of one and several variables, (b) linear algebra, (c) differential equations, (d) abstract algebra and (e) real analysis