Mathematics B.S. Learning Outcomes
- Solve mathematical problems using tools and concepts from calculus, linear algebra and differential equations.
- Demonstrate proficiency in the comprehension and writing of mathematical proofs. They will be able to write well-organized, grammatically correct, and logically sound mathematical arguments.
- Communicate mathematical ideas through symbolic expressions and graphs and be able draw inferences from such presentations of data.
- Students will have an appreciation of the beauty and/or power of mathematics.
-Demonstrate mastery of the core concepts in algebra, analysis, and at least one other core area of mathematics.
Specialization in Applied and Computational Mathematics
-Demonstrate the ability to apply mathematics to real world situations, using deterministic or probabilistic models, and will be able to employ a variety of techniques to solve these systems, including numerical methods.
Specialization in Statistics
-Analyze and interpret data using statistical tools.
Concentration in Mathematics for Economics
-Demonstrate the ability to apply mathematical tools to economics problems and appropriately interpret the results.
Specialization in Mathematics for Education
-Students will have had the opportunity to act as a mathematics instructor to one or more students and will be able to discuss principles of good educational practices as it relates to this teaching experience.
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