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Program Educational Objectives

The overall objective of the major is to produce graduates who have the foundation to become successful in  the various concentration areas of the mathematical sciences and apply logical reasoning and mathematical skills throughout their careers and lives.

 

Program Outcomes

  1. To produce professionals who have appropriate understanding of the core subjects of univariate and multivariate calculus, proofs, and the tool of computer programming
  2. To produce professionals who have built upon their understanding in one or more of the four specialized knowledge areas chosen from probability and statistics, applied mathematics, theoretical mathematics, or mathematics education.
  3. To produce professionals all of whom have workable knowledge of the process of using a mathematical system to study, formulate and model, and/or solve problems with computing state-of-the-art technological tools.

Number of Students with Declared First Major "Mathematics" (Fall Census)

 

Year Number of students enrolled
2012   245
2013   237
2014   231
2015   222
2016   198
2017   210 

 

Number of Students with Declared First Minor "Mathematics" (Fall Census)

 

Year Number of students enrolled
2012   190
2013   194
2014   197
2015   229
2016   283
2017   325 

Number of Students Awarded the Degree "Bachelor of Science in Mathematics"

 

Academic Year Number of Graduates
2011-12  48
2012-13  39
2013-14  48
2014-15  40
2015-16  38
2016-17  42
2017-18   
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