By the end of a BS/BA in Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, students should be able to:
- Communicate mathematical concepts orally and in writing.
- Carry out significant mathematical computations in algebra, analysis, and geometry.
- State theorems and give examples where they are used.
- Develop clear, organized, and rigorous mathematical proofs.
- Define and give good concrete examples of the mathematical structures like vector space, group, ring, etc..
By the end of a BS/BA in Statistics, students should be able to:
- Carry out statistical reasoning using inferential methods.
- Apply appropriate methods of statistical modeling to various types of data.
- Carry out statistical computing and analysis using numerical tool.
- Interpret and communicate the results of a statistical data analysis.
- Understand the mathematical foundations of Probability and Statistics.
By the end of a MS in Mathematics, students should be able to:
- Research Methods: Analyze qualitative and/or quantitative information while conducting research related to their graduate program.
- Advanced Core Knowledge in the Discipline: Analyze core concepts, research and theories in different areas of study in their discipline.
- Scholarly Communication Skills: Demonstrate scholarly communication skills in clear, detailed and well-structured scientific written and oral formats consistent with high standards of their discipline.