Mathematics Program Outcomes
(Developmental and Collegiate)
Students will be able to:

define
arithmetic, algebraic, geometric, spatial, and statistical
concepts

calculate
arithmetic, algebraic, geometric, spatial, and statistical
quantities
using appropriate technology.

estimate
arithmetic, algebraic, geometric, spatial, and statistical
solutions

solve
arithmetic, algebraic, geometric, spatial, and statistical
expressions, equations, functions, and problems
using appropriate technology.

represent
mathematical
information
numerically, symbolically, graphically, verbally, and visually
using appropriate technology.

develop
mathematical and statistical
models such as formulas, functions, graphs, tables, and schematics
using appropriate technology.

interpret
mathematical and statistical
models such as formulas, functions, graphs, tables, and schematics,
drawing conclusions and making inferences based on those models.

explore
mathematical
systems
utilizing rich experiences that encourage
independent, nontrivial, constructive exploration in mathematics.

communicate
mathematical
thoughts and ideas
clearly and concisely to others in the oral and written form.
 Inductive/inferential/internal: Professionally qualified instructors using outlines based on measurable student learning outcomes and provided with the necessary texts and technology will produce grades that reliably measure achievement of outcomes.
 Deductive/external: As a nondegree granting internal sequence the program will not be measured by a program specific capstone test or experience. The program will recommend that an external test designed to measure attainment of general education outcomes, to which this program contributes, be given late in the student's degree program. The test would be a measurement only, and not binding on graduation.