Program Outcomes

  1. Students will recognize and classify various types of equations and apply the correct procedure to solve them.
  2. Students will recognize and classify graphs of various functions, discerning their respective domains and ranges, and will apply the correct procedure to graph them.
  3. Students will demonstrate an understanding of the core concepts of differential and integral calculus by solving problems within these disciplines.
  4. Students will classify different types of data sets and implement the appropriate descriptive and inferential statistical techniques to make appropriate conclusions and assessments.
  5. Students will describe and summarize the process of obtaining solutions to multistep theoretical and applied problems using appropriate terminology and symbols.
  6. Students will construct mathematical strategies to solve applied problems from a variety of disciplines.
  7. Students will develop proficiency in various technological tools including computer algebra systems, statistical packages, and graphing calculators.
  8. Students will develop a basic understanding and proficiency in introductory computer programming skills.
  9. Students will demonstrate an understanding of set theory and logic and apply this knowledge by constructing fundamental and formal mathematical proofs.
  10. Students will demonstrate a fundamental understanding of combinatorics, how it relates to basic probability theory, and will be able to calculate probabilities using these results or various discrete and continuous probability functions as indicated.
     

For more information, please call Lisa Wurtz at 505-566-3428. Or send an email to wurtzl@sanjuancollege.edu.