Academic Administration

Mathematics B.S. Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, our graduates should KNOW:    (Cognitive outcomes)

 

1. A definition of mathematics

2. The evolution of mathematics

3. How to conduct basic mathematical techniques concerning such concepts as functions, derivatives, integrals, power series and the relationships among them

4. How to follow an algorithm

5. The potential uses of basic mathematical techniques

6. Estimation skills, and develop mathematical intuition

At the end of the program, our graduates should be able to demonstrate these SKILLS:  (Behavioral outcomes)

1. Compute paper-and-pencil calculations; e.g., find basic derivatives and integrals, do simple matrix operations and evaluate functions

2. Analyze data using software

3. Write code to perform mathematical calculations

4. Apprize a proof

At the end of the program, our graduates should hold these PROFESSIONAL VALUES:   (Affective Outcomes)

1. Recognize the power of mathematics to model real life situations

2. Be competent and confident in the workforce

3. To want to continue to learn and improve mathematical skills

4. To communicate mathematics to non-technical audiences as well as to peers