Majors, Minors and Endorsements

Majors

Minors and Endorsements

Tentative Course Schedule

Capstone Guidelines


After completing a major in Mathematics, Mathematics for Secondary Education, Quantitative Economics, or Computer Science, a student should be able to:

  • Think critically, and formulate and solve problems
  • Perform complex mathematical or computing tasks
  • Undertake independent work and be able to develop an understanding of unfamiliar concepts in mathematics or computer science
  • Know the contemporary contexts (and in some cases the historical roots) of the practice of mathematics or computer science
  • Read and understand technically based materials
  • Use technology to analyze and solve problems

In addition, graduates in Mathematics for Secondary Education should be able to:

  • Develop knowledge of and an ability to use and evaluate instructional materials and technology for their classrooms

  • Observe and analyze a range of approaches to mathematics teaching and learning, focusing on the tasks, discourse, environment, and assessment

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