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