The major in mathematics enables students to develop proficiency in calculus, differential equations, advanced calculus, linear algebra and abstract algebra, and expose them to several other mathematical areas beyond these core fields. Students will learn to read and to construct mathematical proofs, to reason in abstract mathematical systems and to use mathematical models. Students will also acquire the ability to read new mathematics and to formulate mathematical models and arguments.
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Before Graduating Students Must
 Be evaluated on your responses to certain examination questions in upperdivision courses that are required for your degree.
 Complete requirements for the baccalaureate degree, as determined by faculty.
Students in the Major will Learn to
Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
 Bachelor of Arts: Explain conceptual and computational competency in core mathematics: calculus, differential equations, real analysis, linear algebra and abstract algebra.
Bachelor of Science: Explain conceptual and computational competency in core mathematics: calculus, differential equations, advanced calculus, linear algebra and abstract algebra.
 Identify correct mathematical arguments in abstract mathematical systems.
 Develop and analyze mathematical models of scientific problems.
 Develop and write correct mathematical arguments.
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Curriculum Map
I = Introduced; R = Reinforced; A = Assessed
Courses 
Content 
Critical Thinking 
Communication 

SLO 1 
SLO 2 
SLO 3 
SLO 4 
Bachelor of Arts 
MAA 4102 
I, R, A 
I, R, A 
I, R, A 
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MAA 4103 
I, R, A 
I, R, A 
I, R, A 
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MAS 4105 
I, R, A 
I, R, A 
I, R, A 
I, R, A 
MAS 4301 
I, R, A 
I, R, A 
I, R, A 
I, R, A 
Bachelor of Science 
MAS 4105 
I, R, A 
I, R, A 
I, R, A 
I, R, A 
MAA 4211 
I, R, A 
I, R, A 
I, R, A 
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MAA 4212 
I, R, A 
I, R, A 
I, R, A 
I, R, A 
MAS 4301 
I, R, A 
I, R, A 
I, R, A 
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Assessment Types
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