Learning Outcomes

  • To develop into an inquisitive, creative, and tenacious mathematical problem solver
  • To develop effective communication skills in concise, rigorous writing and in formal oral presentations
  • To acquire sufficient knowledge to approach problems from different mathematical perspectives, including the continuous, discrete, algebraic, geometric, deterministic and/or stochastic point of view
  • To understand the interplay between applications and theory
  • To gain the expertise to apply appropriate technology to both applied and theoretical problems
  • To explore the connections between mathematics and other disciplines
  • To develop the collaborative problem solving skills necessary to be an effective member of a team
  • To move from being a consumer of mathematics to being a producer of mathematics
  • To internalize the beauty, joy, and power of mathematics