#### All Students Who Take Mathematics Courses:

Students who complete a course in the Department of Mathematics are expected to

- achieve the content learning outcomes for the course in which they are enrolled;
- think analytically and critically, and adapt their mathematical knowledge to solve problems in new situations in both mathematics and in other fields;
- communicate mathematical information in written form.

#### The Minor in Mathematics:

Students who minor in mathematics are expected to

- achieve mastery of a diverse collection of mathematical ideas, including the ideas of calculus;
- communicate mathematics both orally and in writing;
- think analytically and critically; to create mathematical models of real world problems, analyze them, and interpret the analysis.

#### The Major in Mathematics:

Students who major in mathematics are expected to

- achieve mastery of a rich and diverse set of mathematical ideas, with particular emphasis on the ideas of algebra and analysis;
- achieve an understanding of mathematical abstraction and the nature of mathematical proofs, including the ability to read and write proofs;
- communicate mathematics both orally and in writing;
- think analytically and critically; to create mathematical models of real world problems, analyze them, and interpret the analysis.