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Students who successfully complete the mathematics major will be able to:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the foundations and history of mathematics
  • Perform computations in higher mathematics
  • Read and understand middle-level proofs
  • Write and understand basic proofs
  • Develop and maintain problem-solving skills
  • Use mathematical ideas to model real-world problems
  • Communicate mathematical ideas with others
  • Utilize technology to address mathematical ideas

With that skill set, graduates are well prepared to begin rewarding careers in:

  • education
  • statistics
  • actuarial science
  • mathematics, both pure and applied

Note: Learning goals are subject to regular review and revision.