Applied Mathematics

Program Learning Outcomes

Applied Mathematics

  • Demonstrate analytical skills and extensive experience with the tactics of problem solving and logical thinking. Graduates will have the ability to ask pertinent questions and perform suitable quantitative analysis.
  • Demonstrate a solid understanding of rigorous mathematical proof. Students will be able to write clear well-organized and logical mathematical arguments..
  • An ability to identify, formulate, abstract, and solve mathematical problems that use tools from a variety of mathematical areas, including algebra, analysis, probability, numerical analysis and differential equations.
  • A deep understanding of at least one more area of specialization within mathematics or its applications.
  • Familiarity with computer technology, software, and algorithmic processes necessary in quantitative analysis and mathematical modeling.
  • An ability to design mathematical models, apply mathematical analysis and problem-solving skills in a broad range of intellectual domains (e.g., biological, physical, or social sciences and engineering) in public or private service.
  • An ability to communicate effectively and to function well on multi-disciplinary teams.   

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