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Goals & Outcomes
Students should be assigned an academic faculty advisor when they declare as a mathematics major to ensure academic success and program completion.
Mathematics Baccalaureate Degree Program Outcomes
Students graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics or a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics will be able to:
- Demonstrate knowledge of the techniques of modern mathematical subjects including calculus, linear algebra, modern algebra, and probability and statistics.
- Demonstrate an ability to construct proofs and solve problems using deductive logic, data analysis, computation, modeling and connections.
- Demonstrate ability to read, write and speak mathematics.
- Demonstrate cognizance of their mathematical knowledge, of mathematics around them, and their need for life-long learning.
Associate of Arts Degree in Mathematics Program Outcomes
Students graduating with an Associate of Arts in Mathematics will be able to:
- Use appropriate mathematical language and symbols (arithmetic, algebraic and geometric) to develop and communicate solutions.
- Demostrate quantitative and analytical skills and knowledge including but not limited to:
- Compute and interpret ratios and percentages, and use scientific notation
- Use function notation, including composition and inverses
- Convert between exponential and logarithmic notation
- Solve simple applied problems using appropriate algebraic techniques
- Demonstrate graphical competency in graphing lines, parabola and circles