Applied Mathematics Program Outcomes

Upon completion of the Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics, graduates will be able to

  1. Demonstrate effective problem solving using techniques from calculus, differential equations, linear algebra, and probability and statistics.
  2. Construct, analyze, and interpret mathematical and statistical models.
  3. Use appropriate technology and software for problem solving and for mathematical and statistical modeling.
  4. Use appropriate mathematical and/or statistical reasoning, logic and mathematical proof to support and justify results.
  5. Engage in applied and open-ended problem solving both individually and collaboratively.
  6. Communicate mathematical and/or statistical reasoning clearly in both written and oral formats.
  7. Use, summarize, and analyze print and online mathematical and/or statistical resources.
  8. Apply mathematical and/or statistical skills to a particular focus area or within the professional mathematics culture.