Mathematics Program Outcomes
Goal 1 : Problem Solving: Students should become proficient in solving mathematical problems.
- SLO 1 : Solve problems involving functions on the real numbers (or subset thereof) and operators on these functions (such as differentiation and integration.
- SLO 2 : Solve problems involving functions on the integers(or subset thereof) including sequences and limits of sequences.
Goal 2 : Conceptual Understanding: Students should have a solid conceptual understanding of the principles of mathematics at the undergraduate level.
- SLO 3 : Translate physical situations to mathematical models.
- SLO 4 : Transition between various representations of functions or other mathematical objects: symbolic, graphical and numerical.
Goal 3 : Mathematical Thinking: Students should have demonstrate the ability to reason mathematically as well as to understand mathematical arguments and critically assess their validity.
- SLO 5 : Understand the structure and significance of a mathematical proof.
- SLO 6 : Detect flaws in an erroneous mathematical argument or proof.
- SLO 7 : Generalize and think abstractly about mathematics.
- SLO 8 : Apply general mathematical theorems and principles to specific cases.
Goal 4 : Mathematical Communication: Students should have demonstrate the ability to communicate mathematical ideas effectively.
- SLO 9 : Formulate or compose a correct mathematical proof.
- SLO 10 : Give a coherent explanation of a multi-step calculation, using English language prose and mathematical symbols appropriately.
- SLO 11 : Present mathematical ideas clearly and concisely.