2014-2015

Indicators of Achievement


Student Learning Outcomes for the Mathematics/Economics Major

  1. The student is proficient in mathematical thinking, including correct use of mathematical notation, formulating conjectures, reading and writing proofs, and problem-solving.
  2. A successful student will be able to understand and formulate arguments that predict and evaluate market and public policy outcomes.
  3. The student can understand and apply mathematical tools and methods to formulate economic arguments.
  4. The student can communicate these arguments both orally and in writing to a nontechnical audience.

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