Program Learning Goals and Outcomes
The department has formulated the following broad education goals for mathematics majors:
- Mathematical knowledge. Students should demonstrate an understanding of the foundations of calculus and linear algebra as well as the ability to think logically and critically.
- Problem solving skills. Students should formulate, analyze, and solve problems through analytical and computational techniques and apply them to other disciplines when appropriate.
- Employment skills. Students should attain the needed written and oral communication skills to translate their degree into a viable career path.
The department has formulated the following broad education goals for statistics majors:
- Statistical knowledge. Students should demonstrate proficiency in probability and statistical theory and methods.
- Presentation and interpretation of data. Student should demonstrate the ability to manipulate and visualize data and to compute standard statistical summaries.
- Mathematical knowledge. Students should demonstrate skill in applying fundamental mathematical techniques.
Program goals and student learning outcomes for each concentration:
- B.S. in Mathematics, Applied Concentration
- B.S. in Mathematics, Mathematics Education Concentration
- B.S. in Mathematics, Mathematics of Computation
- B.S. in Mathematics, Pure Mathematics Concentration
- B.S. in Statistics
Rubrics for Courses:
- Rubrics for Math 316
- Rubrics for Math 321
- Rubrics for Math 322
- Rubrics for Math 327
- Rubrics for Math 375
- Rubrics for Math 401
- Rubrics for Math 402
- Rubrics for Math 471
- Rubrics for Stat Courses