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# Department of Mathematics

### Minors:

B.S. in Applied Mathematics (Curriculum Map) (GLOBE Outcomes Map)<= /span>
B.A. in Mathematics (Curriculum Ma= p) (GLOBE Outcomes Map)
B.S. in Mathematics (Curriculum Map) (GLOBE Outcomes Map)B.A. in Mathematics, Adolescence Education: Mathematics (Curriculum Map) (GLOBE Outcomes Map)

Mathematics

### Program Learning Outcomes for the Mathematics Major

1. Students will be able to analyze problems and formulate appropriate = mathematical models in a variety of areas of Mathematics.

2. Students will be able to select and utilize appropriate mathematical= technology with which to analyze mathematical problems in a wide variety o= f areas.

3. Students will be able to make rigorous mathematical arguments includ= ing how to both prove and disprove conjectures.

4. Students will critically read mathematics.

5. Students will be able to use the concepts of Analysis in solving pro= blems. The fundamental concepts include sets, numbers, functions, and conve= rgence.

6. Students will be able to use the concepts of Algebra in solving prob= lems. The fundamental concepts include equations, numbers, and algebraic st= ructures.

7. Students will be able to express themselves in writing in an articul= ate, sound and well-organized fashion.

8. Students will be able to express themselves in orally in an articula= te, sound and well-organized fashion.

• Mathematics majors who graduate with adolescent certification will have= a strong mathematical background and will be able to make connections betw= een the college curriculum they have studied and the 7-12 curriculum they w= ill teach.
• Mathematics majors who graduate with adolescent certification and who s= eek employment in secondary mathematics teaching will find employment in th= e field.
• Mathematics majors who graduate with adolescent certification and who w= ould like to pursue a graduate degree in mathematics/mathematics education = will be prepared for, and accepted into a masters (or higher) level program= .

#### Service Courses

• The courses offered by the Mathematics Department that are required of,= or recommended (i.e., the service courses) for students in other majors ar= e in fact taken by the intended students.
• The content of the service courses offered by the Mathematics Departmen= t will be appropriate for the intended audience.

Plan to Assess Mathematics Department Program Learning Outcomes<= /strong>

In years congruent to 2019-2020 (mod 5):  We pursue a goal consistent with the Five-Year Review Committee's= findings and/or needs.
In years congruent to 2020-2021 (mod 5):=   We evaluate PLO 5 (analysis) and PLO 8 (o= ral communication).
In years congruent to 2021-2022 (mod 5):&nbs= p; We evaluate PLO 6 (algebra) and PLO 3 (rigoro= us arguments).
In years congruent to 2022-2023 (mod 5):&nb= sp; We evaluate PLO 7 (written communication) an= d PLO 1 (modeling and problem solving).
In years congruent to 20= 23-2024 (mod 5):  We evaluate PLO 4 (c= ritically read mathematics) and PLO 2 (math tech in prob solving).

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The Program Goals and Program Learning Outcomes were adopted by the Depa= rtment on 24 September 2013.

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