Key Learning Outcomes

1-Utilize technology as an effective tool in investigating, understanding, and applying mathematics
2-Use a variety of techniques – such as, mathematical induction, proof by contradiction, or direct application of axioms and previously proven theorems – to prove propositions
3-To be intended for lifelong scientific enquiring, learning and creating
4-Read, understand, formulate, explain, and apply mathematical statements
5-Express habits of effective thinking involving analytical, critical and postulational thinking as well as reasoning by analogy and the development of intellectual thinking
6-Distinguish between valid and fallacious arguments in mathematics and everyday life
7-Display the development of intellectual independence
8-Display the development of a realization of how mathematics is related to physical and social sciences and how it is significant in these areas
9-Demonstrate skills in solving problems which require methods of a variety of branches of mathematics to solve them independently or to collaborate with people, and judge reasonable results
10-Demonstrate in-depth knowledge of mathematics, its scope, application, history, problems, methods, and usefulness to mankind both as a science and as an intellectual discipline
11-Cultivate the perspectives and the analytical skills required for efficient use, appreciation, and understanding of mathematics
12-Communicate, mathematical ideas both verbally and in written, making use of numerical, graphical, and symbolic viewpoints